ORLAND, Calif. - After a year without a pastor, an Orland church is finally reopening its doors.
The Harvest Baptist Church on Railroad Ave. had its grand reopening on Sunday, Oct. 6. The church has been without a pastor for over a year.
However, this past summer, Harvest Baptist has found a new pastor, Isaac Davis. To celebrate finding a new pastor, services were held in both English and Spanish, breakfast and lunch were free for those who attended. Kids also had the chance to enjoy a bounce house to celebrate.
Action News Now asked the pastor how he felt about coming to Orland.
"The lord brought myself and our family in this direction this summer," Davis said. "We’ve been working on the property getting things up and going. Been having services here and there and now we have a full schedule of services. So this an event for our community to let everybody know there's a church here."
Davis said services will be held at the church every Sunday at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
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