Something odd happened with the 2001 British census. The English government allowed their citizens to write in religious affiliation, and much to their surprise, over 390,000 people listed “Jedi” as their choice. At first it was assumed to be a joke, and the jury’s still out on that one, but it technically exceeded the number of Jews, Buddhists, and Sikhs living in the country. Not wanting to be left out, an additional 153,000 light saber-wielding zealots soon did the same in Australia, Canada, Scotland, and New Zealand. The geeks had spoken, and they weren’t going to let some damn Nerf Herder tell them what to do anymore.
So… what are their actual spiritual beliefs? According to the assorted websites, that there is an ‘all-powerful force that binds that universe together.’ There is a light side, a dark side, and a really dark side that believes Han shot first. Oh, and that Muppets are good at speaking cryptically and can hop around really fast if the need should arise. It’s unknown if the Church of the Jedi will catch on to the same extent in the United States, but considering the number of people who regularly dress up their dogs as Boba Fett at science fiction conventions, the safe answer would probably be yes.