A little church in Virginia is making a name for itself by not caring about holy clothes or clothes with holes.
The church's congregants, in fact, do not care about clothes at all. Not when worshipping, anyway.
While Virginia prepares for another round of snow and cold, NBC12 brings the story of White Tail Chapel in Southampton, where people find warmth in worshipping just the way they were brought into the world: naked.
Pastor Allen Parker told the station it's not about the clothes but rather about baring his soul to Christ and leading his flock down that path of righteousness, no matter what they're wearing.
The appropriately named Katie and Robert Church married at White Tail Chapel and say the church has given them a sense of Christian community with none of the pretense of a traditional church.
"Once we were married, and we were here, this whole place became our family," Katie Church told the station. "I feel like I can turn to anyone in this church, or even in this park, and they will be there to help me."
"People are more open as far as hearing the word of God, and speaking the word of God," agreed Robert Church.