This weekend, pop star Tori Kelly made a special appearance at Kanye West’s weekly “Sunday Service” gathering and even led the crowd and the choir in worship.
You can see a clip here:
Of course, Kanye also did his thing too.
Though the weekly meetings continue to evolve and even recently featured a sermon from pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr., they still seem to be primarily centered on free-flowing musical collaborations.
Though she’s mostly known as a pop artist, Tori Kelly is no stranger to church. Last year, she released a a gospel collaboration alum with Kirk Franklin, and she grew up singing in church.
In a cover story in RELEVANT last year, she opened up about her upbringing and making her faith her own.
“I grew up in a Christian home, and always grew up knowing about this God and learning about this guy named Jesus,” she explained. “I just thought it was the best thing ever to go to church and be with all my friends … For me, church was just fun.”
However, as she got older, she started to feel the need to dig deeper, and she eventually had a life-altering spiritual experience at a church camp.
“It wasn’t until around high school that I realized this is something that needs to be my own; I can’t just be going through the motions and do- ing what my parents do—this is a real relation- ship one-on-one with Jesus,” she reflects. “I went to this camp through my church, and really had an encounter with God. He kind of just met me right there and just revealed Himself in a powerful way.”
You can read more of our interview with Tori Kelly here.