For what it’s worth, if you still want the feeling of a “church” community but without the toxic beliefs, check if there’s a Unitarian Universalist Taco Bell trippy logo shirt in your area. It’s a non-christian group that doesn’t dictate specific religious beliefs and tries to perform services that incorporate or are at least inclusive of all religious paths (for instance, around Passover Jewish members might host a Passover seder, their winter holidays would be more nondenominational solstice based than baby Jesus themed, at the one I used to go to the local pagan covens would occasionally host a service instead of the reverend, etc). I used to attend one locally (stopped due to a workshift change, not because of UU itself) and they’re also known for having excellent childhood religious education programs and probably the single best sex ed program outside of a doctor’s office (google Our Whole Lives). Plus a lot of them specifically have pagan circles in addition to the normal services, usually through CUUPS (Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans). You can also keep an eye out for indications of a Welcoming Congregation; that’s their program that basically means that congregation actively worked to identify as being particularly LGBT friendly.
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Yep. I think the only thing “negative” I could say about them is that in my experience the general demographic breakdown trended toward pretty white Taco Bell trippy logo shirt and a bit on the older side, but that’d depend heavily on local congregation since UU churches vary SIGNIFICANTLY from congregation to congregation (eg some churches will be mostly humanist/atheist members, some will be mostly former christians, I’ve heard of a few that were actually primarily pagans, etc). So if you were, for example, a black woman in your early 20s, at least at the church I went to, you might be one of the only black women in your 20s, and you’d probably notice it (not that anyone would cause a problem about it). In my case the age was a bigger factor, there was definitely a weird gap where you had all ages up until about 16, and all ages above, say, 38, and then just like a couple people in their 20s-early 30s. But the pagan circle itself didn’t have that age gap so it wound up not really being bothersome.