A California church called on its congregation to show their commitment to God by getting a tattoo of the church's logo, The Orange County Register reported Monday.
The City Church in Anaheim, southeast of Los Angeles, is known for holding its Sunday services in a punk rock nightclub and using KFC buckets as collection tins.
Lead pastor, Kyle Steven Bonenberger, 26, calls it "the church for the people who don't like church."
"It's the furthest thing from what people perceive church to be," he said.
To celebrate its first anniversary, the church challenged its flock to tattoo themselves and Bonenberger led the festivities by getting inked with the logo, which features a red heart.
He told the congregation that God "tattooed your name on his heart."
About a dozen churchgoers have so far taken up the challenge and gotten a matching tattoo.