The service, under damp skies, lasted over an hour and featured exuberant versions of West’s “Jesus Walks,” Snoop Dogg’s “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and a handful of gospel songs.
For the unacquainted, West has been taking Sunday Service on the road in performances across the country. Last month he brought the event to Dayton, Ohio, to honor the victims of an August 4 mass shooting in the city. Earlier this year, he held a special Easter Sunday edition at Coachella.
Chicago’s Sunday Service comes just weeks ahead of an anticipated new album from West.