God called Elizabeth Cain, 76, home on Thursday June 5, 2014. She was
born in Concord, New Hampshire to the late Nathaniel and Hazel Gardner.
Elizabeth was a member of the Red Bank Westside Ladies Auxiliary, the
Monmouth Council of Girl Scouts, and the Red Bank Senior Center. She
was a very active member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church where she was a
member of the Daughters of the King, Senior Acolyte, Vestry member, Lay
Eucharistic Minister, Psalm Reader, and past superintendent of the
For over 35 years, Elizabeth was a crossing
guard in Little Silver and Red Bank, NJ. She also worked at Child
Country Day Care, Monmouth Day Care Center, and in the Red Bank Public
She is predeceased by her brother, James Gardner
and her sister, Irma Gardner. Surviving is her former husband, John W.
Cain Jr.; and her 4 children: Rose M. Robinson, John W. Cain III
(Patrice), Theresa I. Mayo (Jacob), and Christine L. Harris (Allen); 6
grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren; and two brothers: Joseph Gardner
(Barbara) and William Gardner (Joan). Also surviving are a host of
nieces, nephews, cousins, and other loved ones.
have perhaps heard or seen the phrase, “The Episcopal Church Welcomes
You.” Well, here at St. Thomas, Red Bank, we live that welcome each and
every time we are gathered, be it for worship service, working together
in service to the church or the broader community or celebrating life
events. We are truly a welcoming church. St. Thomas, Red Bank, has
earned and maintained the reputation of being a family centered, warm
and hospitable parish throughout its 120 years in Red Bank.
are happy you have visited our website, as perhaps a beginning of your
discovery of churches in the area. We urge you to fully explore the
website, but better yet, come to our worship service, and meet our
congregation. Join us in living our mission, “To know God’s love and
make it known through worship, outreach and pastoral care.”
26 East Sunset Ave, Red Bank, New Jersey, 07701
May the peace of the Lord be always with you.
Rev. Jacquelyn Rowe
Rev. Ramon Ubiera
Rev. Eddie Lillard Deacon
Charles Hughes Senior Warden
Debbe’ Hammond Hall Junior Warden
community outreach programs and youth initiatives are designed to help
those in need. We do not require that you belong to any particular
religious affiliation or financially support our organization in any
way. We do ask that you return one good deed with another perform an act
of kindness to another. This way, the cycle of compassion and goodwill
We are always looking for volunteers. You will find that in volunteering, you will find happiness and strength.
Our doors are always open.
Please join us for our weekly community prayer breakfast about 11:30 AM every Sunday.
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