St Joseph's Catholic Church, Dinnington

1 Swinston Hill Road, Dinnington, Sheffield S25 2RX

Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

The Chapel of Ease for St Joseph's is the Catholic Church of Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton Park.


Telephone: 01909 562664                     Email:

Parish Priest: Fr Andy Graydon 

Service Times:


 Vigil at 6.30pm for Sunday


 As announced on weekly bulletin


Blessed William Richardson Catholic Church
Station Road
Kiveton Park
South Yorkshire
S25 8QQ

Altar Servers:

Bidding Prayers:

Church Maintenance:

Steve Green and Mark Massarella

Looking after the repair and upgrade of the fabric of the Church building.

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Ecumenical Representatives:

Margaret Murphy

Ensuring the Altar is prepared for Mass, by washing the Altar cloths and cassocks, checking candles and preparing for special Masses and celebrations within the liturgical year.

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Maggie Green 

Organise offertory collections and count.

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Eucharistic Ministers:


Mary Rice and Beryl Driver

Arranging flowers for the Altar and Church building.

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Stella Green

Provide the Parish with musical accompaniment within the Mass.  Leads the singing of the psalms within the Mass.

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Offertory Procession:


Trevor Horton

Organises and co-ordinates a yearly rota of all the ministers for publication.

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Sacristan Team:

Mary Rice and Meriel Kiernan

Serve the Altar during services to assist the Priest.

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Tea and Coffee:

Visiting the Sick / Holy Communion:

170 Club:


1957: Mass centre established at The Lord Conyers Arms in Wales

1966: Former Salvation Army Citadel opened as Chapel of Ease (called the New Hall)

1985: Chapel restored and blessed - St Augustine's

2011: Renamed to Blessed William Richardson.

Blessed William Richardson (1572–1603) was a sixteenth-century Roman Catholic English martyr.

Richardson was born in the village of Wales, South Yorkshire.  He studied for the Roman Catholic priesthood at seminaries in Valladolid and then Seville, both in Spain. He was ordained sometime between 1594 and 1600. William was then sent back to England, where he used the alias William Anderson. Soon after arriving in England, he was betrayed by a trusted person, arrested in London's Gray's Inn (an Inn of Court), and imprisoned. He was tried and convicted within a week and hanged, drawn, and quartered. His was the final martyrdom to take place during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I as she was to die herself within a month.

His feast day is celebrated on 7 February.

(Source: Wikipedia)

Upcoming Events

Sunday, Oct 21 at 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Monday, Oct 22 at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday, Oct 23 at 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Tuesday, Oct 23 at 7:00 PM - 7:30 PM