Before class one night, a few of my classmates were discussing prior jobs they'd had.
One woman mentioned working for a political organization with strong ties to Christian churches. You'd know it if I told you the name.
"You worked there?" one of her friends said. "I didn't know you were into the church like that."
"I sure am," she said, her voice a masterful balance of emphatic passion and flawless politeness. He had meant it neutrally and she had taken it that way.
And I found that so interesting as I would be surprised if this person spends as much time as I do at church. Maybe she does. Nothing on her if she doesn't. Most people don't.
But even though I think I am "into the church like that" by any reasonable definition, UUs pretty much never think of themselves that way or put it like that. And if being a UU were a crime, I could surely be convicted, but I doubt I could confess with such grace.