Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's home church is reopening for services this Sunday.
The Wasilla Bible Church building has been cleaned up and partly remodeled after an arson fire was set on December 12.
Five people were inside the structure at the time of the fire, but all escaped and were not injured.
The damage was estimated to be at $1 million.
Larry Kroon, the church's pastor, says insurance is covering the repairs and adds that the church received about a $100,000 in donations to help cover extra expenses.
Kroon said that money will be used to buy a new security system for the church building.
Investigators still have no leads on who set the blaze. They also say they have no evidence to prove that Palin's membership in the church was a motive behind the fire.
Sources: CBN News, The Associated Press, Fort Mills Times