Aretha Franklin pauses as she sings during a memorial service for her father and brother, the Revs. C.L. and Cecil Franklin, at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit on Sunday, June 7, 2015

Aretha Franklin pauses as she sings during a memorial service for her father and brother, the Revs. C.L. and Cecil Franklin, at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit on Sunday, June 7, 2015

*Hundreds of people attended a memorial service planned by Aretha Franklin for her late father and brother held at the Detroit church where they were ministers.

The Detroit News reports the Sunday service featuring gospel music and a free soul food buffet packed New Bethel Baptist Church. According to the AP, several people shared their memories of Franklin’s father, the Rev. C.L. Franklin, and her brother, the Rev. Cecil Franklin.

Her father, who died in 1984, was also a civil rights activist, and her brother, who died in 1989, managed her career.

Nearly two hours into the service in her hometown, the Queen of Soul took the stage to perform the gospel staple “The Old Ship of Zion.” Some in the audience cried.

The newspaper reports Franklin’s father would have turned 100 this year.