His sermon on Revelation is titled "Showdown at High Noon."

At the end of the service, he replaces altar call with "roundup."

Refers to the Deacons Meetings as "a campfire chat."

Keeps referring to "brothers" as Hoss and Little Joe.

Walks into the pulpit with a hearty, "Hi-Yo Silver"

Always refers to his Bible as "My Six-Shooter."

Forces ushers to tie bandanas around their faces and pass around ten-gallon cowboy hats instead of offering plates.

When performing a wedding, he begins the ceremony with, "Howdy Pardners."

Constantly threatens to preach well past "High Noon."

He insists on being addressed as "Reverend Duke."

Refers to the next churchwide fellowship dinner as "gathering around the chuckwagon."

His new three-week sermon series: "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly."

Asks for the song "Rawhide" to be sung as a call to worship.

He keeps mumbling two words: "Holy Chaps!"