Los Angeles News
Burned Malibu church gets fresh start
MALIBU, Calif. (KABC) -- A Malibu church that went up in flames two years ago is getting a fresh start.
Scores of worshippers returned to Malibu Presbyterian Church for services Sunday.
It was their first day back on the site where their old church burned down in the 2007 wildfire.
Their services are being held in a temporary, dome-type structure while their new permanent church is being built.
It will be situated on the site of their old church in the Malibu Hills overlooking the ocean.
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