Kim Kardashian looks radiant in white as she plays the priest's wife during Kanye's Memorial Sunday service in Dayton, Ohio
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Kim Kardashian  was present on Sunday to support her husband's Sunday service as he descended to Dayton, Ohio to commemorate the victims of the shooting earlier this month.
Kim and two of her children with Kanye, son Saint and daughter North West, all white for the appearance.
Vision in white: Kim Kardashian was present on Sunday to support her husband's Sunday service as it descended to Dayton, Ohio
The service, which included gospel singing with a piano, took place under a tent-like canopy on RiverScape MetroPark.
Kardashian wore a white wrap dress with a beloved neckline and open sandals.
North wore a white dress with covered sleeves and Saint put on a white baseball jersey.
They sat away from the big people present, separated by a blockade.
Famous family: Kim and two of her children, son Saint and daughter North West, all white before the apparition
Momma and son: Kardashian wore a white wrap dress with a beloved neckline and open sandals
Comedian Dave Chappelle was also present and at one point he entered the stage to address the audience.
& # 39; We are still here and we are still strong, & # 39; said Chappelle. And the only way, but not the only way, but the best way to honor our cases is to stand up better than before. & # 39;
Kanye chose Dayton as the site for his Sunday Service in honor of the nine dead and 27 injured in the massive shooting that took place on August 4.
Kanye and his kiddies: North wore a white dress with covered sleeves and Saint put on a white baseball jersey
Front row seats: Kim and the children sat away from the crowd, separated by a blockade
The rapper, who sang his hits Jesus Walks and Ultralight Beam, supported by a gospel choir, said to the crowd: & We have come to love you and have come to share the love of Jesus Christ with you today. & # 39;
Kim tweeted prior to the event: & # 39; To support the victims and survivors of the Dayton mass shooting & # 39 ;, with a link to the Sunday Service website where viewers could stream the service live.
A benefit concert is scheduled for later in the day on Sunday, called Gem City Shine.
The free benefit concert is also in honor of the shooting victims and around 20,000 people are expected to be present.
Part of it all: the service, in which gospel singing took place with a piano, took place under a tent-like canopy on RiverScape MetroPark
Making it official: Kim tweeted for the event, with a link to the Sunday Service website where viewers could stream the service live
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