PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A pastor from Western Pennsylvania is getting national attention for his idea of “Camo Sunday.”
Rev. Chris Terbush of The First Wesleyan Church of Bradford says he’s a big fan of the reality TV show “Duck Dynasty.”READ MORE: 25 Indicted For Drug Trafficking In Mercer And Lawrence County
He says he’ll be wearing camouflage and hopes that his congregation will, too. This Sunday is the day before deer hunting season begins.
“I said, ‘Hey, let’s open it up to the community,’” said Rev. Terbush. “Put out a press released let people know they can come, and you know we don’t care if you don’t have great clothes to wear, hey, wear your camouflage.”READ MORE: Fire Tears Through Idlewood Industries Building In Beaver County
The local paper did a story and now papers and TV stations across the country are reporting on it.
Rev. Terbush says if it goes well, he’d like to make it an annual event.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Health Department Reports 277 New Cases, 15 Additional Deaths