Church to Hold Special 'Beyoncé Mass'

The Grace Cathedral in San Francisco is set to host a ‘Beyoncé Mass’. Though Queen Bey, as the singer is fondly called has not confirmed her attendance, her music will be featured at a mass at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral next week.
CBS reports that the event organized by the Vine-a new regular service and community started by Grace Cathedral to reach out to young urban spiritual seekers through contemporary worship with music, will hold on Wednesday, April 25.
It will give attendees a chance to sing along to their favorite Beyonce hits.
The mass starts at 6: 30 p.m. and is free and open to all.
Last weekend, Beyoncé made the first of two scheduled headlining Saturday performances at the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival. She made headlines with the onstage reunion of her group Destiny’s Child and also shared the stage with rapper husband Jay-Z, who she will be teaming with on their “On the Run II” summer stadium tour that comes to Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara in late September.
The Grace Cathedral website says the mass will also help those attending the service a way to “discover how her art opens a window into the lives of the marginalized and forgotten — particularly black females.”
The mass, presented in partnership with the San Francisco Theological Seminary’s Bible class, will also feature a presentation by Rev. Yolanda Norton who teaches as an Assistant Professor of the Old Testament.