I agree with that. That is why I have not aligned myself with a particular denomination. Because I don't want the constraint of that paradigm to interfere with my relationship with the Lord and through his word.
For the record I do have fellowship but it is under a big banyan tree in a park. Was it Steven that reminded the Jews that the earth is The Lords footstool. What building shall you build for Him. As far as grand religious cathedrals and such Jesus said the Jerusalem temple would be destroyed. Tradition can be so blinding.
My church is the outdoors as well. I take walks, sit under a grandfather oak that is near my house, and read the Bible till my hearts content.
Scripture tells us God cannot be contained in structures created by men. The universe is his cathedral. And our bodies are houses of the Holy Spirit.
Besides, it feels good to be free like that rather than browse on TV and see these so called preachers of LA types who drive Rolls Royce and fly Lear Jets and then praise God and ask their lesser blessed congregants for more.
Would Jesus drive a Ferrari?
There's a church near my sisters house where the pastors parking space is reserved. I didn't pay it much mind before but a few months ago we were walking by and he pulls in with a T-tagged top of the line Bentley. A Bentley!
I couldn't help but think the kind of church sponsored homeless shelter that money would have helped build instead of the cash going to two axles that are do the same thing as a used Chevy to get him where he's going.