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Kardashians reveal what happens at Kanye West's Sunday Service; 'Christian' event heads to Coachella

Kardashians reveal what happens at Kanye West's Sunday Service; 'Christian' event heads to Coachella

Kanye West Sunday Service event, Calirfornia, 2019. | Screenshot/YouTube

The famous Kardashian sisters were on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" this week and while there, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe finally revealed what actually goes on during Kanye West’s new “Sunday Service” events.

When asked if West’s “Sunday Service” was a church or not, his wife Kim answered, “We didn’t really have a name for it because it’s more just like a healing experience.”

Pegged “emotional” and a “musical experience,” West's “Sunday Service” takes place every weekend and features a spirited choir. The services are hosted by West and is an invite-only religious event. Celebrities such as Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom and DMX have all been in attendance.

“It’s really uplifting and you feel excellent,” Khloe shared, noting that all of the Kardashians and their friends attend. “We have so many friends who maybe feel a little too judgmental when they go to church. When they come here they feel so free and safe, it’s what everybody says, and you have a great time. It’s a beautiful way to start your week.”

Kimmel asked if people pray to “Kanye West,” which made the audience erupt in laughter.

“There’s actually no praying, there’s no sermon, there’s no word; it’s just music,” Kim explained.

“But it’s Christian,” Kourtney clarified. Later, she emphasized that they even sing West’s hit song, “Jesus Walks.”

“There’s a choir; it’s gospel music,” Kim added.

West announced last month that he and his gospel choir will be performing the sunrise service for Easter at Coachella this year.

In an interview with Elle,  published on Wednesday, the KKW beauty guru said “Sunday Service” is coming from her husband's personal faith.

“It’s definitely something he believes in — Jesus — and there’s a Christian vibe. But there’s no preaching. It’s just a very spiritual Christian experience,” she maintained.

Kim also shared that people of all faith backgrounds are welcomed to come and hear gospel music. She said Kourtney often brings her Muslim friends.

Although “Sunday Service” is exclusive, people can at least enjoy a glimpse of the songs which Kim is sure to post on social media every week. Many of her clips feature her daughter, North West, dancing to the music.

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