Justin Bieber Jams and Hosts a Church Service in Isolation: Watch

It's business as usual for Justin Bieber, even while practicing social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.

Based on what the singer shared on social media this weekend, he's spending time recording while staying isolated at home. He's also keeping up with going to church remotely.

"Making some music in isolation," Bieber captioned a teaser on Instagram on Sunday (March 22).

In another post, he welcomed his fans to take part in a live streaming church service with him.

"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!" he wrote ahead of the 3 p.m. ET service on Sunday afternoon.

"I'm just gonna kind of sit back and let you do your thing," he said just before it began.

When it was over, he thanked viewers for watching with him, then said: "Hope you guys enjoyed that as much as I did ... If you guys watched that and you don't believe in the story of Jesus or whatever it may be, super OK. Everyone's on their own journey, their own faith journey."

"I just feel like in this time that the story of Jesus really resonates to me," Bieber explained.

Check out some of his Instagram footage below.

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