Some attend church Sunday worship only, then feel their duty is done, a teacher once said 1 day for Church 6 days for Fun, odds of going to heaven 6 to 1. So do you dare play those odds? Some go for more of a social event than to remember Christ.
Others Preach the words people desire to hear, thus to itchy ears and stray from the simple truths Christ taught. Some mix the worlds politics and views into their worship to please human ideologies of all kinds thus forgetting the simple words and truths of Christ to please the world and to gain wealth by their incomes their churches provide for them not unlike the Pharisees and Sadducee of old Israel and others who preach for self glory and priest crafts meaning you preach as a job, business, creating personal wealth. We see that in all ages and even today when preachers become multimillionaires and grow in their pride and honor of the world. Thus as Christ taught they shall have their rewards, for he never lifted the ban on priest crafts.
So we recently remembered the Resurrection Day and day of the Atonement that Christ did for all humanity who has ever and will ever live. This was on the old pagan day of Ester / Easter.
What is the purpose of going to a church building? Or gathering with a grouping of fellow believers? This is a needed place to recharge your faith before returning to the world each week. Where You learn to share, and help one another grow in your faith. The example of Christ being the Light of the World, the truth, the way the life, if Christ were a bonfire then you should attend the bonfire or as close you can to embrace the light, to change from the cold stones we are by drawing closer to the fire where we become warm, then like coals of the fire once we enter the blaze of truth and light we ignite our own lives and can share with others.
During the week our own coals can become dull or cooler from the hard life we all live here on Earth. Thus returning each week to the bonfire of truth allows us to rekindle, recharge our own lights so we can then share our little lights with others.
Those who once had the light and choose to stay away from the light and truth return from the burning coal to a cooler or cold stone once more.
That is the importance of Sunday worship to help others and ourselves become better than we can by our selves.
How can you share your belief in Christ with others best? Many try preaching and pointing our others problems or struggles with Gods commandments and laws that were designed to guide us to true happy lives during our sojourn here on Earth.
Pointing out others flaws to them does not build a desire for change or for wanting to embrace Christs teachings but has the opposite effect that is why God said not to judge others, that he only is our judge. Remember you cannot pull the sliver out of your friends eye while you have a beam in your own.
So try this to share the teachings of Christ to others, Live your Faith!
If your a follower of Jesus Christ the Creator and only living God of this World, then I say study, learn, but do more than attend church on Sunday. Live It.
Let your light so shine forth upon your local area's as to invite others, by your example of striving to live a Christ centered lifestyle, to come unto Christ, to wish / desire to see what you have to offer. So see your light that shines forth in the growing darkness of the World. Do let your light shine upon the roof top, hills, mountains. No greater sermon can be preached nor shared than that of a true follower of Christ, one who humbly lives their lives day by day, living his teachings. That alone will eventually invite others to see why you are different than the world.
No amount of success in life can outperform the success you will have in your own home, thus your own home and family, as you become an example to your spouse, your children, your grandchildren, as you study the teachings of Christ in your families you will guide others to him.
No preacher, no Sunday service can out perform the personal education in Christ that takes place at your own home with family and with the Holy Spirit as your guide and the Holy Scriptures that tell of his life, his service, and the success and failures of other humans as they searched for Christ as recorded in the Holy Scriptures.
Let us learn and be better than we were yesterday, one day at a time. If you say 'I am Christian" I be a follower of Christ, then let your life's example be more powerful a sermon to others than any words can say.
This is the best way to both serve your Master Jesus Christ and your fellow humankind through out the world.