The tributes continue for Robin Williams nearly one week after his death.
There was a packed house Sunday at Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco to remember the Oscar-winning actor and comedian.
Williams had long-time ties to the city and was a supporter of many local charities, including Glide Memorial.
As part of his remembrance service, Rev. Cecil Williams thanked him for lifting people's spirits and reminding people to smile.
"He was just a good laugh and a good soul with what he said and what he did and how he did it," he said.
Williams died Monday in his Tiburon home.
Hollywood is rushing to put together a tribute worthy of the acting legend at next week's Emmy Awards.