Jennifer Garner looked to be having a splendid Sunday.
The 45-year-old Alias actress was snapped in Los Angeles walking with two of her her children after going to church.
She wore a black short-sleeved sweater top and grey slacks with black clogs, looking amazing and refreshed after she attended the Baby2Baby Gala Saturday evening.
Happy and healthy: Jennifer Garner, 45, smiled as she walked with her two daughters and other kids from church in Los Angeles on Sunday
The Golden Globe-winning star wore her long, lustrous brown mane down and carried a beige purse as she emerged from the religious service, accessorizing with a brown watch and black-light brown sunglasses.
She was with her kids with ex Ben Affleck – daughters Violet, 11, and Seraphina, eight – and a few of their friends. Her son Sam, five, did not appear to be on hand.
The Dallas Buyers Club actress looked amazing at the swanky soiree on Saturday, which was held at 3Labs in the Culver City neighborhood of Los Angeles.
The mother-of-three shined in a white Roland Mouret gown on a night focused on Gwyneth Paltrow, who was honored by the organization with the Giving Tree Award for her work as a mom who puts her time and name to help the organization, which provides children in low-income families with necessities such as diapers and clothes.
On the move: The busy mom didn’t seem to miss a beat after attending the Baby2Baby Gala Saturday
Gorgeous: The stunning actress definitely looked her Sunday Best on the church outing
Jen took to Instagram on Sunday congratulating the nonprofit’s co-presidents Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein ‘on a HUGE night for’ their organization, adding, ‘Mothers and kids are lucky to have you in their corner,’ with the hashtags ‘#4milliondollars’ and ‘#Baby2BabyGala.’
Jen, one of Hollywood’s most philanthropic performers, received the honors last year, with Weinstein and Sawyer calling the actress ‘quite possibly the biggest advocate for these issues we have ever come across.
Dear ol’ dad: Jen’s daughter Violet wore a Justice League shirt, something of an homage to her father Ben Affleck, who’s reprising his role as Batman in the film that hits theaters this month
Good vibrations: Jen is a regular at her church and children’s school, blending motherhood with her life as a Hollywood star with seemingly-incredible ease
The duo hailed Garner for her efforts ‘to help combat children’s poverty through education and leadership,’ adding that she had aided the group in obtaining more than ‘2 million diapers to distribute to the families in our program across the country.’
Garner told Access Hollywood at the November 2016 gala that it was ‘incredibly special’ to receive the award, which has past been given to Tinseltown moms including Jessica Alba, Kerry Washington and Kate Hudson.
‘Helping kids is just at the core of who these people are, and something I tried my very best to do,’ said Garner, who has continued her charitable efforts in 2017, visiting Houston in September to help with recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.