St. John Episcopal Church is a friendly, inclusive church in the historic district of Snohomish.
We welcome all ages, individuals and families, to join us in living the gospel of Jesus.
8 am The liturgy of the Eucharist using Rite I of the Book of Common Prayer. Held in the upstairs sanctuary. Elevator available.
10 am The liturgy of the Eucharist using Rite II of the Book of Common Prayer. Music led by choir with organ accompaniment. Elevator available. Nursery care available.
10 am Eucharist and Bible study in the Memorial Room.
Other worship services are scheduled during Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter. Check the Worship page for details.
The church office is open 10 am to 2 pm Monday through Thursday. Messages to the office can be left on the phone (360 568 4622) or by email to email@example.com.
Community Kitchen Dinners
Free dinners are provided by churches and other organizations in Snohomish on Mondays and Thursdays between 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm. The meals are served in the Parish Hall.
The Reverend Mary MacKenzie is the priest in charge of St. John’s during the church’s transition. Mother Mary is a part-time rector, serving as a liturgical leader, priest, and pastor. A graduate of the University of Washington and of Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Mother Mary is a Seattle native as is her husband, Wes. They have two grown children. Mother Mary will serve until a new rector is called to St. John’s.
Kim Eichner keeps our church office open between 10 am and 12 pm Monday through Friday. Kim greets visitors with a friendly smile and is the go-to person for anyone who wants to schedule an activity or use a church meeting room. So if you have questions about St. John’s, start with Kim. She will find the answers for you.
Music Director and Organist
Jim Van Horn directs the choir of St. John’s and plays the organ and piano accompaniments. . Jim has been a part of St. John’s since 2003. Before that he was 16 years as the Director of Music at St. Michael & All Angels Episcopal in Issaquah. He graduated from the University of Washington where he studied organ under Dr. Carole Terry
Leah Caton provides trained nursery care to the very young, from birth through age 3. Leah has current first aid and CPR training and has completed the required diocesan classes, Safeguarding God’s Children and Safeguarding God’s People. Leah provides care every Sunday between 9:30 am and 11:30 am. She also provides care for other church events and activities.