- Kanye West’s Sunday Service finally returns after having to have suspended them due to Covid-19
- Taking to social media, Kanye thanked all who attended and expressed how happy he is to be back worshipping Christ
- The service took place at the rapper’s ranch in the middle of the beautiful mountains with strict regulations to prevent the spreading of Covid-19
Kanye West’s Sunday Service finally returns after having to have suspended services due to the coronavirus. This movement is something Kanye feels strongly about and something his fans love that he’s done.
A lot of religious gatherings have been cut or reduced as a result of the coronavirus. In many countries, religious gatherings are still banned in hopes of curbing infection rates.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Kanye West‘s Sunday Service has returned, the service too place this past Sunday on the 16th of August 2020. The USA has been a lot quicker at relieving restrictions than most countries around the world.
The service took place at the rapper’s ranch in the middle of the beautiful mountains where most wouldn’t even think about Covid-19. Only Kanye, his family, the choir and a few guests were allowed to attend.
After having been through the emotional spiral that he did, Kanye needed to regain some normality. His services mean a lot to him and help him stay on track. Social distancing and other precautionary measures were taken.
Taking to social media, Kanye thanked all who attended. It looks like Kanye is doing his best to get his life back on track and Kim is right there beside him, always.
“…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”.
The services are back but following strict measures to ensure the safety of the team. They will not be travelling around as they normally do until the virus allows for them to do so. Right now it’s about Kanye, his family, team and God.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kanye West has taken to social media to share that he wants to create a Christian version of TikTok that "feels safe for young children".
The rich and famous rapper wants to collaborate with the app's creators to make a "Christian-monitored" version he dubbed Jesus Tok. The star revealed that he had a "vision" about Jesus Tok when he was watching TikTok with his daughter.
"A vision just came to me... Jesus Tok... I was watching TikTok with my daughter and as a Christian father I was disturbed by a lot of the content but I completely loved the technology."
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