PROUD house-owner Kevin Andrews. of Honley. wants to turn his home into a temple - a Jedi temple.
Kev says: "At the last census, I registered my religion as Jedi. And so did thousands of other people. Now I want to turn my house into a Jedi Temple."
Jedi Knights Luke Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi fought the good fight against evil in the Star Wars films.
But their popularity was a bit of a surprise when the 2001 census for England and Wales asked people's religion.
The census-takers prepared a list of 179 that included everything from Amish to African Methodist, Mennonite to Catholic, Muslim to Humanist. The list went on - and on. Druidism, Pagan, Occult, Satanism, Scientology and the Free Church of Love. But what a turn-up when the results came in.
Forty-one million said they were Christian, 1.6 million Muslim and 558,000 Hindu.
And guess who came fourth? Jedi Knights with 390,000, ahead of Sikhs (336,000), Jews (267,000) and Buddhists (149,000). They left all those other religions trailing in their wake.
"As the fourth biggest religion in the country, it's about time we had a place of worship other than the UCI cinema," says Kev, who runs his own electrical business.
He plans on erecting a light-sabre in the back garden, but don't be surprised if it looks like a fluorescent tube that is plugged into the mains. He will also be available to fit similar sabres for disciples at a reasonable cost.
Services will include re-runs of Star Wars films on DVD and will include the usual collection.
"Cash donations will not be compulsory," he says. "Unless you want a light-sabre fitting in an unlikely place."
He is keen to get a plastic version of Yoda the Jedi Master. If not, he's asked me to go round and sit on a plinth. After all, we're about the same height.
And Kev the Jedi Knight sees other benefits of living in a temple, such as tax relief and exemption from rates.
He might have something.
I'm thinking of becoming a Grand Master Warlock of the Church of Free Love. Services at our house every Saturday night behind closed curtains. Small donation required to cover cheese dips and torn stockings.
Well, it sounds a lot more fun than re-runs of Star Wars films.