A cleaning worker at a California church used a pair of scissors to stab two people who tried to stop her from attacking another woman inside the house of worship, officials say.

Destinee Watson, 23, was cleaning the kitchen at the Pentecostal Church of God in Bloomington on Friday when she felt “disrespected by one of the church employees,” said the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department in a statement.

She grabbed the woman by the hair and punched her repeatedly in the head, authorities said.

When another woman entered the kitchen and tried to stop the assault, Watson allegedly pulled her to the ground and started stabbing her in the head with a pair of scissors, causing numerous injuries.

A third woman entered the fray and pulled Watson away — prompting the crazed attacker to stab her in the face, authorities said.

The third victim managed to run to safety and wait for deputies to arrive.

Watson was taken into custody and arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and battery, authorities said.

She is being held in lieu of $1 million bail, according to inmate records obtained by the Los Angeles Times.

The San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office has yet to file charges, according to the report.

It’s unclear whether the women were hospitalized or how severely they were injured, the paper reported.