One of the cars in the parking lot at work has a window sticker advertising the Triple Cross Cowboy Church. I don't know who owns the car, so I don't know whether the owner is a member of the church or not (it could be a used car which came with the sticker). I don't, in other words, know anything about the church itself, and aside from their website I have no easy way of finding out.
And that's fine. I don't need to know.
As we were coming back from lunch the other day, I pointed the sticker out to my boss. This led him to consider the merits of that classic cowboy hymn:
"Home, home on the range,
Where the deer and the antelope pray..."