This Baldwin is a 700 Series, and I think a 720 yet not totally sure. It is the upgrade of what used to be a spinet model with only 2 or 3 added stops as well as 2 full manuals and the 25 note pedal board. It is an analog transistor organ from the mid to late 70's. I have played some on this model at a dealers back then, and I have heard one in a church. I wish the church I played in for a number of years would have had a nice Baldwin or Conn Church organ in lieu of the old percussive Hammond C3. It was surely out of place for our type of worship.
I would go for it since it can play church music quite well, and since you like the people is another reason to play for them. That is what it is made for to be a chapel organ. I have a Baldwin 48C which is a larger console, but the sound is basically the same. I think you will like the variety of tones you can acquire from this organ. The Chimes are nice as well as the other two percussions.
At least it is a start, but do remember many churches are giving organs away or pushing them in a corner for the Praise bands.