The Reverend Kay Locke has been a member of Calvary church for more than 50 years. In the 1990’s she served as a Seminarian under Reverend Brdlik and she was ordained at Calvary in 2005. Reverend Locke has focused much of her career on healthcare chaplaincy. She began on Summit’s First Aid Squad in 1974 and became their first female president. She continued on to becoming a Board Certified Healthcare Chaplain and has enjoyed caring for members of the congregation when they are hospitalized or in need. Reverend Locke holds a BA from Duke University and Master of Divinity from Drew Theological School. She has a love of Episcopal liturgy and finds both celebrating the Eucharist and preaching a continued delight. She holds a weekly, drop-in Bible Study on Wednesdays at noon to discuss the reading for the coming Sunday’s service. Reverend Locke is a proud mother of two and grandmother of four!
The Rev. Dr. Jane A. Tomaine
Jane received a Bachelor of Music degree from Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa, and a Master of Music degree from Ohio State University, both in organ performance.
Following, Jane was ordained a priest in 1995, earning Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from the Theological School of Drew University in Madison, New Jersey.
Following an eighteen-year career with AT&T, Jane served as rector of St. Peter’s in Livingston for over twelve years before moving from parish work into retreat leadership.
Author of two books on Benedictine spirituality, Jane currently leads the Benedictines of Calvary, a group dedicated to the study and practice of Benedictine living. She also provides leadership for weekly Evening Prayer and offers the mid-week “early-bird” Holy Eucharist. Raised in Minneapolis, Jane lives in Mountainside with her husband, John, where they are serving staff to the three resident cats – Ricky, Esperanza (Espy, for
short), and Nikki.