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Kim Kardashian spent some time in church on Sunday, and she's already looking forward to doing it again.
Several hours before the season finale of "Kourtney and Kim Take New York" aired last night, Kardashian attended a service at Life Change Community Church in Agoura Hills, Calif. Prior to the service she stated via Twitter, "I want to start a bible study group with my friends!"
The events leading up to Kardashian's widely publicized divorce of New Jersey Nets forward Kris Humphries became the focus of her show's season finale, in which she could be seen frequently shedding tears over her unhealthy marriage.
But while the model and reality star's Tweets on Sunday revealed her angst to see the season come to a close, she seemed excited to learn more about the Bible.
"On [my] way to church with the girls!" she posted on her way to the service in Southern California. Afterward she said that she "can't wait" for next week's service, which she indicated will feature a lesson about angels.
Kris Jenner, Kardashian's mother, was also in attendance for the Sunday service. She Tweeted a message of thanks to the church's pastor, Brad Johnson, for sharing a helpful sermon about "Toxic Family Members."
In the "Kourtney and Kim" season finale, Contactmusic.com reports, Kardashian admitted that Humphries' Christian beliefs are among the things that are attractive to her, but they ultimately weren't enough to keep the high-profile couple together.
"It's hard for me. He has a good heart, he's a Christian – everything on paper I want in someone, but for some reason, my heart isn't connecting," she said in the episode. The 31-year-old split with Humphries in October after being married for only 72 days, marking the end of her second marriage.
On Monday, less than a day after her church experience, Kardashian Tweeted, "Up early for a Kardashian Kollection lingerie shoot for Sears! Let's get it girls! @KourtneyKardash @KhloeKardashian!!!"