Saint James Catholic Church 30 Peters Pl, Red Bank, NJ07701 Saint James Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic Church located in the heart of Red Bank. In addition to worship and…More teaching services, the church holds prayer meetings every Wednesday at 7pm. The Pastor is the Rev. Msgr. Philip A Lowery.
Catholic Charities 145 Maple Ave, Red Bank, NJ07701 Catholic Charities helps and creates hope for over 9 million people each year regardless of religious, social, or…More economic background. Catholic Charities is dedicated to the Red Bank community and offers many services, like counseling and the Family Growth program.
Surray Luggage 132 Broad St, Red Bank, NJ07701 Established in 1955, Surray Luggage is near Red Bank Catholic on the southern end of Broad Street in downtown Red Bank.…More The store sells a multitude of luggage and travel accessories from leading brands like Samsonite and Skyway. It also carries handbags and corporate gifts.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 6 Drummond Pl, Red Bank, NJ07701 Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a faith-based organization for male and female high school and college athletes.…More There is Bible study held on 120 New Jersey high school campuses, including Red Bank Regional High School and Red Bank Catholic High School. Bible study is also offered at college campuses throughout New Jersey. The office for Fellowship of Christian Athletes is located in the heart of Red Bank.
St Anthony's Roman Catholic Church 121 Bridge Ave, Red Bank, NJ07701 Saint Anthony's of Padua Roman Catholic Church was founded Nov. 28, 1920. Located in the heart of…More Redbank, it offers services and hours of worship to the community. The pastor is Rev. Anthony M. Carotenuto.
Red Bank Catholic High School 112 Broad St, Red Bank, NJ07701 Red Bank Catholic high school is located in downtown Red Bank next to St. James Elementary and its namesake parish.…More Established in 1927, RBC, as it's known, attracts students from dozens of school districts around the county and beyond with a challenging curriculum, extensive extra-curricular activities list and a large sports program. It is part of the Diocese of Trenton school district. Athletes at RBC are known as "Caseys," named after Monsignor Joseph Casey, a retired Read Admiral in the U.S. Navy who used his naval pension to hire coaches and purchased uniforms for the school's athletes. Casey is also credited with helping organize the school's band and orchestra, according to the school. RBC's school colors are green and gold and its athletes compete in the Shore Conference, a high school athletic conference that features both public and private schools in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. The school has gone through several renovations in the past decade and recently completed construction on a new student center. The state-of-the-art student center houses classrooms and a gym.