St Joseph’s Fuengirola

Mass in English Everyday

Sunday - Friday 11am

Saturday (Vigil) 7pm

The Chapel is closed July and August

Mrs Margaret Fitzpatrick RIP

The President and Council were greatly shocked and saddened to hear of the death of Margaret (RIP) who died unexpectedly but peacefully at home on July 17 surrounded by her loving family. Margaret was predeceased by her husband Frank the founder of St Joseph's. Margaret had the distinction of being the first President of the Council to whom Frank handed over the responsibility of running the Chapel. (see (the History of St Joseph's)

The President Carol Fay on behalf of the Council and all members wishes to extend sincere sympathies to Margaret's family and friends.

A Memorial Mass will be said for both Margaret and Frank will be held in St Joseph's at a date and time to be announced.

You are very welcome to our website  of which the central theme is the centrepoint of our Christian faith - the crucified Christ..


Our Redeemer

You are very welcome to join us in our Daily Prayer Blog each day

particularly through the current situation

Adoration, The Word of the Lord, the Rosary, Divine Mercy 

Only in God Prayer . Blog


Welcome to St Joseph's


Las Rampas

Calle Pintor Nogales, Fuengirola 29640

0034 711001554

St Joseph’s the Worker Chapel Fuengirola, was established in the late 70's to provide a Mass in English for  the growing number of Irish and British people settling along the Costa del Sol primarily in Fuengirola

About Us

What there is to know


Mass In English

Times of Mass and Other Services

From the President of
St Joseph the Worker Chapel

Our Most Famous Visitor

Our Patron Saint

Everything you need to know

about St Joseph's


St Josephs is situated in the upper level of the Las Ramas Complex in the centre of Fuengirola. As well as the map (above) we feature below videos of how to find us from various parts, including, Rosario Square, the Paseo, the Rail Station. 

If you need any further assistance please follow the link above or alternatively contact us by phone or by e mail. 

Prayer Before a Crucifix

BEHOLD, O good and sweetest Jesus,

I cast myself upon my knees in Thy sight,

and with the most fervent desire of my soul

I pray and beseech Thee

to impress upon my heart

lively sentiments of faith, hope and charity,

with true repentance for my sins

and a most firm desire of amendment:

whilst with deep affection and grief of soul

I consider within myself and mentally contemplate

Thy five most precious Wounds,

having before mine eyes

that which David, the prophet,

long ago

spoke in Thine Own person concerning Thee,

my Jesus:

They have pierced My hands and My feet,

they have numbered all My bones


[Psalm 21, 17, 18]