Eh, well at least you have a straightforward, two-word name to describe your religious affiliation.
Since I live in the City of New York (on a slight digression, yes, even most New Yorkers are surprised or shocked to learn that the official name is 'The City of New York,' not the ever-so-commonly-used 'New York City'), the overwhelming cosmopolitanism usually prevents people from naturally assuming my religious background.
Regardless, people often seem perplexed when I explain to them that (1) I am of roughly half Jewish and half protestant heritage, (2) that although my father was baptized protestant, he is ideologically an atheist, (3) although my mother was of Jewish background, the state (USSR) virtually prevented her family from religious practice, (4) that although I was originally baptized protestant, I practice Reform Judaism, (5) although I observe Jewish practices, I interpret religious texts metaphorically, (6) thus I am strictly agnostic in reference to the most common image of a deity, and lastly (7) that in spite of this, I consider myself to be a pantheist, as I view the laws that govern the universe and ''God'' to be one and the same from an abstract standpoint (viz. Baruch Spinoza, Carl Sagan, and Albert Einstein, most prominently).
On a side note, I just realized that I have only 9 posts left until I am able to change the sub-text under my displayed user-name. Woo.