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Opinion - April 15, 2011

Religious diversity in Pleasanton

We'll give credit for the expected crush of congregants to churches and synagogues this coming week to Pleasanton Presbyterians, who built the first church here at Neal and Second streets in 1876. That church building still stands, although it's now the Lighthouse Baptist denomination. The Presbyterians outgrew that early American-design church to move to larger quarters on Mirador Drive and then, more recently, to an even larger site at Busch Road and Valley Avenue where they worship under a new name, Centerpointe Presbyterian.

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