Beyonce is a great singer who has won numerous awards for her incredible talent, but she’s not good in music alone. Beyonce Knowles cares about people and is also proud of her hometown, Houston. The area was one of the hardest hit places by Hurricane Harvey. On Friday, the superstar went to Texas to show support for the victims of the hurricane. Beyonce her daughter, Blue Ivy, her mom, Tina Knowles Lawson and her friend and former member of Destiny’s Child, Michelle Williams landed at Hobby Airport and went to ST. John’s Church where she grew up attending.

The church has wonderful memories for Beyonce

The 35-year-old singer took the mic and spoke to the survivors. She said that she felt at home in the church. She remembered that she was about ten years old when she first sat where Blue was sitting in the church, and she did her first solo on that stage. She thanked them for being supportive and praying for her.

She thanked God for their safety, stated that their health, children, and family are what mattered most and expressed her love for them. She also said that she was blessed so that she would help others and prayed to God that he would continue to bless other people. Beyonce spent much time in the church, and according to, a Facebook video showed some performers singing songs of praise while the Beyonce and Blue sat in the church.

BeyGOOD, which is Beyonce’s foundation was feeding the survivors. Also, there were Instagram photos which showed Michelle and Tina Knowles serving food to the victims. The singer and her mom greeted and hugged survivors and posed for pictures. BeyGOOD was launched in the aftermath of the hurricane by Beyonce and teamed up Greater Houston Community Foundation and Bread of Life and have been working together to help the victims.

Janet Jackson and Demi Lovato also visited Texas

According to US weekly, the star shared a photo on Instagram in August and captioned that she was praying for Texas. She is not the only celebrity who has gone to visit the survivors. Accompanied by Houston Mayor, Janet Jackson visited George R. Brown Conventional Center which houses about 1600 evacuees.

She also paid tribute to the people affected by storms in Africa, Hurricane Irma in South Asia and earthquake in Mexico in a video on her Instagram. Demi Lovato also visited the region and made a stop at the Houston Food Bank where she met NBA star, Chris Paul and Kevin Hart.

Late last month, Kevin Hart had urged other celebrities to donate and support relief efforts while flooding was ongoing. It was rumored that Beyonce, pledged about $7 million. A couple of other famous stars contributed as well as President Donald Trump. Floodwaters damaged at least 49,000 homes in Texas, according to a report by PEOPLE. The people of Texas know they have not been forgotten and are happy to know that Beyonce, who is “one of them” is standing with them.