Skeptics of religion, clothed in their own brand of sanctimonious arrogance, sometimes will derisively demand an answer to the question: "Which religion is the best religion?" Advocates of most religions will answer this question without as much as a pause for thought. For most, the answer is "my religion". For others, the answer is "my religion, my denomination, my sect.". And for still others, the answer is, "my religion, my church, my bible study group."
But a symbiotic relationship between God and each of Eve's Children is a private relationship that does not require a public officiant to make it happen. The decision to practice or not practice the tenets of a religious denomination is appropriately a private matter between a person and God. No other human human being, either by divine blessing, diabolical influence, or divine curses, is empowered with the right, responsibility, or privilege to make that decision for you. You must not surrender that choice to anyone. Nor should you assume you have the right, responsibility, or privilege to make that decision for anyone else.
Whatever may be our spirituality or religious affiliation, We must not ignore God. Fortunately, a few easily practiced private habits and personal social interactions will elicit the Symbiotic Reward that acknowledging God gives you.
At the same time we recognize the benefits congregations receive from worshiping in the sanctuary of their choice. As long as participation in the beliefs of a practicing church does not deprive you of your right to Symbiotic Grace, any church is appropriate. But, is church necessary?
Your relationship with God is a personal one and a private one, requiring no public affirmation for its legitimacy. Your personal theology requires no public or collective consensus to validate a personal symbiotic relationship with your Symbiotic God of Creation. If you live a life guided by The Ten Commandments and Eve's Simple Realities, you perpetuate habits that attract God to you.
A life guided by these 22 standards sustains behaviors that give you a continuous flow of the physical and spiritual rewards of Symbiotic Grace humans need for real earthbound happiness. Given those parameter, church is not necessary.
You can fulfill the experimental purpose of your mortal presence on Earth without the requirement and the benefits of attending church. If you are comfortable with that arrangement and believe that God is satisfied with that arrangement, then that decision is appropriate for you. That aside, however, you might entertain the possibility that some behaviors for acknowledging, attracting, and honoring God are best practiced in a communal setting.
Many of Eve's children have a sense in them that God desires that they not neglect worship and affirmation of communion in the crowd. To this end, they enjoy the fellowship of worshiping in church. If you have that sense in you, then the Impressions you receive are clear and you should not ignore them.
A church that worships and glorifies God brings to full measure the gift of Symbiotic Grace. We have the Impression that God takes great pleasure in a church who belive that one of its goal is to worship Him and glorify Him.
God is very pleased with a church that does not ignore Him. God is pleased with a church that recognizes His Power, is gracious and merciful to the rest of His human creations, and does not abuse the garden we call Earth. God gives the gift Symbiotic Grace to those of us who are committed to the honorable behaviors of Eve's Simple Realities and are committed to preventing our failing the human part of God's mortal experiment.
And, whether one attended church or not, God offers the gift of Symbiotic Grace through eternity to the immortal souls we are of His children who served the purpose of our creation when we lived in mortal flesh. For the remainder of the human race, He has no need.