Divorce does have weird effects on all parties, whether it’s on the parents or on the kids. The same truth applies to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s recent split, as evidenced by the former’s strengthening bond with their kids. However for Pitt, he has his own way of coping up.

Since last weekend, the 55-year-old actor has been spotted attending Kanye West’s Sunday Service, joining the Kardashians, Jenners and Wests in giving praise to the Almighty. West and Pitt chatted after what was a “spur-of-the-moment deal.”

“Brad’s feeling really disillusioned about his relationship with some of his kids, and it’s really tearing him up inside,” a source shared to New Idea. “He wants to get in touch with his spiritual side again and let go of all the tension that’s consumed him since the divorce and thinks Kanye can help,” the informant added.

The publication reported that the actor is feeling “increasingly sad” about how he’s gradually being estranged from his children, which prompted him to “find solace” in the arms of West’s church service. Days before, he was noticeably absent when Maddox arrived at Yonsei University in South Korea to attend college, where Jolie was caught teary-eyed to see her boy all grown up.

Shiloh, Pitt and Jolie’s 13-year-old daughter, is vocal in her concern about her dad’s coping mechanism. New Idea claimed that she has reached out to her father to urge him to seek professional help instead of simply attending these “spiritual gatherings.” She sees this behavior as “out of character,” which is an added cause of worry since some have already tagged the service as a “celebrity cult.”

“She just wants to stay with her dad,” the source revealed. Shiloh is planning to move in with her dad as soon as possible so she can monitor her dad and also, possibly, to find a way for them to maintain their close bond, added the source.

Pax, Brad Pitt, Shiloh and Maddox Brad Pitt and children Pax Jolie-Pitt (L), Shiloh Jolie-Pitt (C) and Maddox Jolie-Pitt arrive for the U.S. premiere of Universal Pictures "Unbroken," Dec. 15, 2014, at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California. ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images