No. Being a Christian fundamentally means you believe in the birth, works, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and try to live each day as if his opinion matters.
However, many Christians find that being with others who believe the same thing they do helps them. Churches are groups of Christians who like to meet together to worship and learn about God. Companionship, family, and friends are important to many Christians and church enables us to have that at least once a week. Church also gives Christians a set time to focus on God, when throughout the week other things might get in the way. We want God to be the centre of our lives and bringing everything back to him once a week can help us to do that. Sermons, discussion and debate all help us on our Christian journeys and can only be achieved with the help of others.
There are loads of churches in the area that can help people who are already Christians or for people exploring what the Christian faith is about. Do get in touch with us if you would like more information about churches near you.