Jennifer Garner recently revealed that she went to church service with her family.

On her Instagram account, the “Alias” star uploaded a photo of the church’s interior. Throughout the past couple of months, Garner is usually photographed arriving or leaving a church in the Pacific Palisades with her family. But this time around, no photos of Garner and her kids were leaked online.

But based on Garner’s caption, the actress spent her Sunday with her loved ones.

“I am grateful to be at my family church today, where I giggled during service as a child, where my sisters were married, where my children were baptized. The world is at odds with itself and thoughts and prayers are not enough to make the changes we need – but they are a good and necessary start,” she wrote.

As of late, it is still unclear if Ben Affleck joined her ex-wife and their three children in the church. In the past, the “Batman v Superman” actor also attended the same church service with his family.

But in recent weeks, Affleck has been making headlines due to his very busy schedule. The actor is set to star in an erotic thriller called “Fatal Attraction” alongside Ana de Armas. The project will be directed by Adrian Lyne.

“Fatal Attraction” revolves around a couple whose attractive image masks their loveless relationship. Instead of getting a divorce, they give each other their blessing to take on other lovers and play constant mind games. But things get twisted and far worse before they could even get better.

And speaking of divorce, the concept isn’t new for Affleck. The actor just finalized his divorce from Garner last year. However, the couple first announced their separation in 2015.

In a joint statement, Garner and Affleck told their supporters that even though they have called it quits, they will continue to support and co-parent their three children, Violet, Seraphina, and Samuel.

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck
Pictured: Actress Jennifer Garner and actor-director Ben Affleck arrive at the Oscars at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Jason Merritt