Some Chiefs’ fans combine their love of faith with their love of football

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- At Sunday's Chiefs game, some people started their day with a church service at Arrowhead Stadium East Pavilion.

"Fans are so committed to the Chiefs and they should be, and if you happen to miss your church service, it is a great overlap of time," said the Director of FCA Metro Kansas City Marcellus Casey.

He said. "We just want people to know that God is crazy about them, and that He loves and cares for them, and that is the message we have."

Kira Weber attending Sunday's service and said the combination is a recipe for a win, no matter the score outcome.

"We have family in town and this is just a great way to start our day and be with family and other people who care about this as well as football and the Chiefs," said Weber.

Casey said a service will be held every Sunday morning before a home game.

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