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Kim Kardashian praises return of Kanye West’s ‘Sunday Service’

‘Sunday Service’ is back with health precautions in place

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Thousands pack into The Gateway in Salt Lake City for Kanye West’s “Sunday Service” on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. People were standing on and climbing up anything they could find to catch a glimpse of West. West can be seen in the bottom right wearing a white sweatshirt.

Thousands pack into The Gateway in Salt Lake City for Kanye West’s “Sunday Service” on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. People were standing on and climbing up anything they could find to catch a glimpse of West. West can be seen in the bottom right wearing a white sweatshirt.

Colter Peterson, Deseret News

“Sunday Service” is back, and Kim Kardashian is all for it.

What’s going on?

Over the weekend, Kardashian posted a clip of Kanye West’s recent “Sunday Service” event in Wyoming. West reportedly brought his full choir and guest performers together for the event. Social distancing was added as well.

  • No outside guests were allowed to attend.
  • Kardashian tweeted: “Sunday Service is back.”

West tweeted a similar video to explain that the worship event had returned.

We would like to thank our staff for making sure all Covid safety guidelines were followed today during Sunday Service at our West Mountains family ranch in Wyoming. We are beyond blessed to be able to share the love of Christ through worship #SUNDAYSERVICEISBACK.

“Sunday Service” is a worship event hosted by Kanye West back in 2019. He toured to different cities — including Salt Lake City — to spread messages about the gospel, bringing a choir along with him to play some remixed versions of his music.

The “Sunday Service” events are meant to promote West’s new album, “Jesus Is King,” which was eventually revealed to be a gospel album.

West also has begun a small presidential bid for the 2020 election. He suggested he would be releasing a new album a few weeks back, but nothing ever came from it.