May I ask why? If it is for the reasons I think (like what is taught seems to not relate to what one is going through today or people are so stuck in tradition that the teaching does not seem relevant), I can understand. About 8 months ago, I joined a new church my third over the course of my lifetime. In my former church of 15 years, I did not experience the community, iron sharpening iron, authenticity, or shepherding I studied in the Bible or longed for. Thankfully, I found a church home that is intentional about spiritual growth, developing relationships with each other in small groups to help each other through temptations or despair, and pursuing God. This church appeals to my desire to connecting my intellect and my heart so that I can live a life of obedience. I wanted to learn more about God and how to experience Him in a genuine way. I have never been drawn to "just" an emotional response to the church experience (meaning I never needed loud music, entertaining preaching, or liveliness) in order to worship.I needed more of HIM not more programs, concerts, or more of the same. God's Word does not change (the principles), but how we apply the Word to address the issues of the culture (the method)does change in order to meet people where they are. It is my prayer that you not give up on the church, but to find a church home that is out of the "Middle Ages."