Yes, if you don't have a denomination; then you can't answer the question in any other way. I mean, you can answer it longer and clearer, and I'm surprised Jeremy hasn't spent more time thinking about it because it seems unsurprising that he would be asked in a lot of situations as Jinger's husband and a purported proselytizer; and generally you have a prepared, pat little explanation so people who haven't been to any kind of church in decades aren't scratching their heads. "It's a non-denominational, Bible-believing church", is generally the one; after which the answerer takes their lead from the questioner's response. If the questioner says "Well, I'm Jewish, so that doesn't mean much to me", the non-denominational church attendee can then say "well, then you probably know about the differences between [reform and orthodox Judaism; Jews for Jesus; what-have-you]. We think the legalism in denominations just clutters things up, so we went to a church where the creed is basically just to obey the Bible", or whatever they want to say. If people insisted upon a classification for their own mental labeling comfort, my parents said "Fine, call us Protestants."