HOLLAND (WHTC) - After three years of sitting vacant, the former K-Mart store in Holland’s Cedar Village Mall has new tenants. Engedi Church will hold its first worship service in the former 110,000 square-foot Kmart this Sunday. The nondenominational church has been meeting at another location in Cedar Village over the past five years, but needed more space to accommodate weekly services that have grown to 1,000 people attending on a typical Sunday, as well as allow for future growth. After Kmart closed the store at the end of 2010, the building sat vacant until Nassimi Realty donated it to the church in January. It’s taken seven months to renovate the building and get it ready for use as a worship space. Holland city officials are thrilled with the transformation. Councilman Jay Peters calls it “adaptive reuse” at its finest.