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Justin Bieber Goes Live With Pastor For Digital Sunday Church -- Thousands Join In To Worship

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By Mike Walters

Justin Bieber is quarantined with his wife Hailey Baldwin in Canada, but it didn't keep him from attending church this fine Sunday morning, he helped bring a digital version live to his millions of social media followers.

Bieber went live on Instagram with his pastor, Judah Smith, where the pastor and band hosted a digital version of their Sunday sermon. As you can imagine, many churches including this one, are closed during the Coronavirus outbreak.

But, JB and crew did not let the quarantine situation keep them from gathering together for prayer. They just went IG Live.

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Justin Bieber Brings His Church Live To Millions On Instagram

"By no means do you need to believe in what I believe but know your loved and more than welcome to join me as I watch church today!" Justin posted before going live.

In the video, thousands of people joined to worship with Judah and Justin -- at one point there were over 30,000 people watching the live stream.

In the session, Judah and his wife spoke to the gathering about the Coronavirus, surviving with your spouse inside the house for so long, and being thankful for what we have in our lives.

JB Sings Along, Prays With The Pastor On Livestream...

The best part, Judah turned it over at one point to his band who belted out Christian hymns and sing-along music from inside their studio.

Justin sang along with the music and his wife made several appearances during the broadcast.

JB joins a large group of artists who have taken to Instagram and other social media to connect with their fans and share their music. In this case, Justin decided to let his followers experience his church experience, and they seemed to love it.

This May Not Be The Last Digital Church Gathering...

It appears for the next few weeks the church will be broadcasting its sermon from the small studio. So, it's possible Justin is planning to bring it live to his millions of Instagram followers.

In January, Justin lead Judah's church and performed with the band in front of a packed crowd. Bieber addressed the attendees saying, "There is power in your weakness and being vulnerable." He encouraged the crowd to "Take it" and to just "Vibe" with God. "Be in your own zone (with God) and vibe," he said.

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