crios, are you sure you need a religion? I disagree with the claim (of some Christians) that Christianity is not a religion. Those Christians who say Christianity is not a religion are making a claim much like Rutherford who claimed that 'true' worship of Jehovah God [albeit in the form of the JW faith] is not a religion. The forms of Christianity which practice some version of the Memorial of Christ (Lord's Evening Meal; Eucharist) and baptism are engaging in religious rituals, even if those forms of Christianity emphasize what they believe is a personal relationship with Christ. As a result those forms of Christianity are religions. Even praying to what one believes is God and/or Christ is a practice of religious ritual. Furthermore, Christianity is a religion because it believes in the existence of a personal god and it worships that which it believes is God (or a god), whether it be the Trinity, Yahweh/Jehovah (the Father), and/or Jesus Christ.
What not consider atheism (or agnosticism) and scientific/philosophical naturalism instead of worship? I encourage you to investigate the possibility that no God/god exists at all. I don't need a religion. I also don't need God-belief or even belief in any kind of spirit beings. Perhaps you don't need such either.