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CORNERSTONE COMMUNITY: Join us this Easter Sunday at 8:30 or 10:30 a.m. for an illustrated message entitled “The Door.” We will have a free Willy Wonka Easter Egg Hunt at noon for children ages 3 to 12. Our Wednesday night service called “The Blitz” is designed for adults who want to be encouraged during the week with a plan from God’s word. The service includes a life-building message from Pastor Scott Hoag, the Play of the Week for families and uplifting music that will build your faith. We also offer Royal Rangers and MPact Girls’ club for junior high and high school kids. It all starts at 6:30 p.m., and ends at 7:29 p.m. We are located at 17900 Comconex Road. If you would like more information about our church and its activities, you can call the church office at 825-1220 or check out our new and improved website at

NEW HOPE: Join us at New Hope Church on Easter Sunday, April 4 as SONdance Ministries performs “Grace Flows Down,” a powerful and moving production celebration the Easter message of our Savior’s resurrection with all the dance, music, beauty and pageantry that is SONdance! Bring your friends and neighbors. You don’t want to miss this. Services are at 8:30 and 10:15 a.m.

: Please join Manteca Presbyterian Church this Easter Sunday at 10 a.m. for Pastor Dave Warner’s sermon “Easter: A Shut and Open Case.” Music Minister Anne Talcott will be leading the Praise Team at the beginning of the service as well as directing the choir in the anthems, “God’s Holy Lamb” and “Crown Him With Many Crowns.” We would like to invite you to stay and join us for refreshments in the Fellowship Hall immediately following the service. Manteca Presbyterian Church is located at 275 North Main Street. For further information on our church please feel free to call 239-3159.

: Have you ever found yourself in the dark without a light? It can get pretty scary! Yet, as scary as that may be nothing is worse than trying to live our lives in the dark — not knowing why we’re here or what we’re to do. Starting this Sunday and continuing during the month of April, we will look together at what God says about how He wants us to live our lives in this world. He actually has some pretty good advice. Our Easter service are offered Saturday evening at 6 p.m. and Sunday morning at 9 and 10:30 a.m. Please note there is no Sunday evening service on Easter.

Easily accessible from any direction in the valley (from Interstate 5 or highway 99, Lathrop Road exits), Calvary is located at 815 West Lathrop Road. For more information, contact the church office at 239-1345 or

ST. ANTHONY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH: Have you been away from the Church for a while? Have you ever thought about returning? If so, we would like to welcome you back to St. Anthony’s. We have a special ministry for people who have been away from the Church. We would like to address your questions and make you feel at home with us once more. Classes begin April 22 and run for six weeks. For more information, please call Deacon Harvey Parolari at 599-6719 or the Parish office at 823-7197.