Sounds like a CofC but then you like musical instruments so I doubt you'd attend there.Of course you could have some fun and just hang out for a while just being a pain in someones assessment of scripture. The church we went to a few years ago just split, for the same reasons we left a year before. Everyone who thought we were the goofy ones for having issues, are themselves the ones that left. Splits ain't easy to deal with. Sorry icc. I seen the perfect church once, nice old fasioned style, steeple, bell tower, and all the money it needed. The best part was the people, the only ones ever went near the place were the ones dropping coins into it. Soon as you add people to a perfect church though, problems arise, and it ain't perfect anymore.
I think now, it is not our job to be fed by a church, our job as Christians, is to be fed at home, in the Word, and take that strength to church for building it up. If they won't be built up, it's still our job to continue drawing strength from Jesus in the Word, and only leave when He tells us to.
Stay in the Word amigo, these things can get as ugly as we are, but you've got an endless strength supply.
I now attend a church that holds to a doctrine on baptism, and a couple other small things, that I disagree with. Maybe God led us there, so we could help their understanding, maybe so they could help ours. The thing that shines to me though, is, despite the fact they know my perception on baptism, and that I disagree with them, firmly, they don't care. One of the elders and me were even doing a Bible study together, in of all things, the book of acts. It took us three meetings to get through Acts 2:38, and still have no real agreement on it, but it don't stand between us either. Any church that attempts to make the claim, "...I am the way, the truth, and the life..." is dangerouse, that's where cults begin, but any Church that will take two opposing views and sit down with scripture to investigate them both is a good congregation.