Depends. If you come in the church with the attitude of not be transformed into the likeness of Christ and wish to continue living a sinful lifestyle Yes. But if you are striving to be more and more like Christ and wanting to change. No
They shouldnt. Unfortunately churches are considered private institutions and they can deny entry to anyone they wish. Its a very un-Christian attitude but sadly many churches, usually the very traditional ones, kick out the very people theyre supposed to be helping.
If this is a serious question, I suspect I would have a field day with your "elder" or brethren in Christ. Here I got an idea for you: Make little horns on your head with your two index fingers stick out your tongue, waggle it, then say in the best "Terminator" voice you can: "Ah'll (I'll) be bock" Get it? "I'll be back." No?? Then after you get kicked out, rent The First Terminator on Netflix and watch it just so you know what I'm talking about! (JESUS H. CHRIST. Kids today, don't know a damn thing about higher culture!)
Based on the principles of the Hebrew Scriptures, the Christian Greek Scriptures by command and precedent authorize expulsion, or disfellowshipping, from the Christian congregation. By exercising this God-given authority, the congregation keeps itself clean and in good standing before God. The apostle Paul, with the authority vested in him, ordered the expulsion of an incestuous fornicator who had taken his father’s wife. (1Co 5:5, 11, 13) He also exercised disfellowshipping authority against Hymenaeus and Alexander. (1Ti 1:19, 20) Diotrephes, however, was apparently trying to exercise disfellowshipping action wrongly.—3Jo 9, 10.