So I have to ask: If you've figured out that the Church isn't true, then why continue to attend? Is it because your spouse is still a TBM? Just curious...
It's a fair question, with several answers.
One, we have a teenage son who likes to attend. Mostly for friends, I think, but I'm not going to force him to leave.
Two, we only go for Sacrament meeting.
Three, my spouse is still more NOM-ish than FLAK-ish, but that is changing.
Four, I'm the ward chorister. Mostly, I like the job. I know, it doesn't seem to make sense, but there you have it.
Five, I don't know if I'm really ready to quit yet. I've been at this for a long time. Prop 8 was a wake-up for my wife, but not so much for me. Like I said elsewhere, when I allowed myself to believe that the church wasn't true, things go a lot easier, mentally, emotionally, stress-wise, etc. Church seems worse on my spouse, now, than on me, which is 180 degrees from where it was just a year ago. I'm just not in a hurry.
Six, I have a extended family that are members. Heck, I'm descended from what might have been the last handcart pioneer to die ("might" is the important word). It's a tradition that goes way back. This relates to my last point; I've grown up this way; I'm not in a hurry to change, especially now that I'm feeling better on Sundays.
Wow! I've never made a list before. Thanks.
Does this answer your question?