peter_cottontail saidLet me just say this, church is built by man for man yes the plan is/was to be a place of worship for whatever dogma but mostly it is now used for a place for a priest to put out his/her opinion my point you don't need church to have religion as long as god is in your heart but that is also just an opinion
One of the reasons I remain a member of the Episcopal Church is that it's official position is that it does not have a monopoly on truth. Often, if one asks an Episcopal priest a question, he or she will give multiple opinions on the matter in addition to stating his own opinion.
Some years ago, when I took Bible study classes at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral in San Diego, we had some very interesting discussions. The classes were led by lay members of the church and we used study material from the Presbyterian Church. As we discussed the lessons, we often had several opinions on some points. A person might say, "That's interesting; I never thought about it like that. Here's what I think about it...." We had no difficulty respecting multiple viewpoints. However, that is definitely not the case with some churches.
So the idea that priest / minister / or whatever will push only his own opinion is not always true; it depends on the denomination, the particular parish, and the particular priest, or whatever. Moreover, opinions change in response to evidence. For example, before Darwin's time, and even for some years after his time, few Christians would have supported evolution. But now that the evidence is practically conclusive, many Christians support evolution and have moved away from the idea that the Bible is infallible.
I'd strongly suggest choosing a church that is not unduly rigid.