You can search the yellow pages, cross out the ones that don't appeal to you. Call them for service times or look up their web pages. Then go visit them. Go back to the ones you like. Sometimes it takes a while, to feel like you found your perfect fit.
There are many churches that have good in them. But the best thing for you to do is what the prophet Joseph Smith did in 1820. He wanted to know which church was right and which he should join, so he went directly to the source. He went into the woods to pray and to pour out his soul to God, and ask Him which church he should join. And he received an answer! In his own words, he writes, "I saw a pillar of light exactly over my head, above the brightness of the sun, which descended gradually until it fell upon me... When the light rested upon me I saw two Personages, whose brightness and glory defy all description, standing above me in the air. One of them spake unto me, calling me by name and said, pointing to the other--'This is My Beloved Son. Hear Him' " To read the rest of his account, please visit LDS.org and click menu, then scriptures, then Pearl of Great Price, then Joseph Smith--History I bear witness to you that these things are true, for I know of myself that they are true!
When looking for a church to fellowship with the most important trait to look for is their doctrine based on the scripture of God and his Holy Bible, not on the traditions and commandments of sinful man. I looked for many years and found that the Seventh Day Adventist follow the scriptures even the fourth commandment of God to remember the sabbath day to keep it holy, the true sabbath being saturday. Attend a sabbath service and find out for yourself.
Well, firstly if you are looking for a "good" church you might what to wait a while to meet the Lord because that's going to be the only "good" church. If by "good" you mean a church the will allow you to live life in such a way that you are are a disciple of Christ and live as Christ would have us to live, I would look into a conservative Mennonite church in your area - if there is one. Granted I'm a Mennonite and therefore I'm bias but I've studied a lot of churches and granted I don't agree with everything we teach I think we come closer than most. If you would like to talk about different denominations and churches feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. May the Lord bless you and guide you through His Holy Word and Spirit.