Chris Pratt attends Christian concert, thrilling the evangelical community

(PHOTO: Instagram/Zach Williams)Chris Pratt hung out with Christian singer, Zach Williams.

The evangelical community loves seeing their favorite Hollywood stars proclaim their love for God and stay true to their faith. So when "Jurassic World" star Chris Pratt was spotted attending a Christian concert recently, his fans were thrilled.

Pratt took time out from his busy schedule to attend Christian singer Zach Williams' tour in Ontario, California, according to The Christian Post. The "Chain Breaker" singer performed at the Citizens Bank Arena and was joined by other artists such as Matthew West and for KING & COUNTRY.

After the concert, the singers enjoyed some quality time with Pratt. They even posted about their meeting on social media. "Had a great time hanging with @prattprattpratt. Such a down to Earth dude! Praying blessings over him and his career," Williams wrote on his Instagram (@zachwilliamsmusic) page. West did the same thing on his Instagram (@matthewjwest) account. "Huge fan of this guy! @prattprattpratt," he wrote.

Netizens expressed their joy over seeing these Christian figures unite. "I was introduced to your music by one of @prattprattpratt instagram posts the day before my family experienced a huge loss. Your music has helped me to find my faith! Thank you both for doing what you do and being so open about your beliefs," the actor's fan posted on Williams' page. "Did he sing ChainBreaker with you on stage? That would've been amazing!" another fan weighed in.

Pratt starred for years in the hit TV series "Parks and Recreation" before his Hollywood career exploded with roles like Star Lord in Marvel's hit film, "Guardians of the Galaxy." The movie's success led him to more leading man roles, including "Jurassic World" and "Passengers." But if he wasn't an actor, Pratt suspected that he would be pursuing a different career entirely.

"If I wasn't an actor, I would see myself in law enforcement. My brother is a cop, I've always thought it would be cool. I'd like to drive around with a cop car and throw drug dealers on their faces. I think that would be neat," he told The Debrief.