Contact Details
Parish Priests:

Mgr. Patrick Kilgarriff
Tel:  01684 574 250

Parish Pastoral Assistant:  Mrs Ruth Hopkins
Tel:  01684 574 250

St Joseph's Primary School
Mrs T Langford, Acting Head Teacher
Tel:  01684 573 016
Welcome to the Parish of St Joseph, Malvern.
Benedictine monks first came to Malvern with Aldwin, a monk from Worcester, who began work on Malvern Priory in 1085 under the direction of Bishop Wulstan of Worcester (now St Wulstan), who promised him that the place would be 'wonderfully favoured by God'.

After the Reformation, Catholics started meeting regularly for Mass in Malvern in 1871, using a room in Aldwyn Towers, but in 1876 Dom Bernard Bulbeck, a monk from Downside, built the present church of St Joseph's. The parish was served by the monks of Douai until 1996 when it became the responsibility of the Archbishop of Birmingham.

In 1997/8 the church was considerably expanded into the fine building you see today, which was blessed by Archbishop Maurice Couve de Murville on 10th June 1998.

Parish of St Joseph
125 Newtown Road
WR14 1PF

Mass Times

Sunday masses are:

- 6.00 pm   Saturday Vigil
- 10.00 am Sunday Morning

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturdays 10.30-11.30am, or contact the Parish Priest

2015 - Year of Consecrated Life: Pope Francis announced that 2015 will be a year dedicated to the promotion of consecrated life, and is asking the church's religious sisters, brothers and priests to "wake up the world" with their testimony of faith, holiness and hope. For more details, click the logo to the right.

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