It was a fire that seemed to mark the end of an 800-year history for a medieval abbey in Cumbria.
Holme Cultram St Mary, in Abbeytown, was severely damaged in an arson attack in 2006.
The congregation has been fundraising for the past seven years, while attending services in a cramped corridor.
But with a £1.6 million refit, they should be back in the historic building by Christmas.
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Eileen Todhunter, member of Congregation.
Rev David Tembey, Holme Cultram St Mary.
A congregation is set to worship again in a partially-restored historic Cumbrian church, which was damaged in an arson attack.
Holme Cultram St Mary in Abbeytown suffered extensive damage after the blaze in June 2006.
The fire destroyed the church's roof and affected masonry and the building's interior. Work so far has accounted for £1.6 million, which was paid out by insurers.
But it is estimated a further £450,000 is still needed to complete the repairs and re-ordering of the building.
A Cumbrian congregation is once again able to worship in their local church, which was badly damaged in an arson attack.
Holme Cultram Abbey in Abbeytown has been partially restored after the fire in 2006. However they need another £450,000 to complete the work.