Well how old are you? Cause if you're in highschool or mid high you can connect with the youth which I always great! But if your early 20's or early 30's you can connect with the singles class which is like an older youth with college students.
Technically I'm one of those not really qualified to even respond to such a question, given that I believe I have fallen quite a way from that "old time religion" and somewhere into a realm that many would consider "blasphemous". However such lack of qualifications have never stopped me before, especially on here. My recommendation is don't worry about it. Believe it or not, a churches main function is to worship or "pay homage" to your Deity whether He/She be Jesus of Nazareth or ?? (THE Deity, as I understand "Him" goes by MANY names!) Just keep attending one or all four, after awhile, an individual or two from even the "stuffiest" houses of worship will connect with you. (If your wearing a t-shirt with a pentagram and a picture of Baphomet on it, you're not going to win friends and/or influence people in the Baptist Church or the Vatican if you happen to make your way over there. The Episcopalians? Maybe.
Well, look for a good church. One that preaches the word of God as it is. Not accepting sin, but not hating sinners. A church that has God s disciplina and is full of his love. Also, get to know Jesus a bit more, you know, attend your relationship, Gby
It doesn't really matter which church you attend, keep searching for one if you like or if you know you're just gonna keep moving no matter what, try to connect with people that are similar to you. Check out youth groups & evening services are good too.
God designed us to live in community with a body of believers. Studies show that people who are unattached to a conventional church are more stressed, less concerned about the moral condition of the nation, less likely to believe they're making a difference in the world, less optimistic about the future, and less educated about the Bible. Involvement in a local body of believers is imperative for mutual exhortation (Hebrews 10:24-25), spiritual growth (James 5:16), and the manifestation of the Holy Spirit in us (Romans 12:6-8; 1 Corinthians 12:4-11). It is important to find a church body that preaches the gospel and can develop us spiritually. The search for a church should be done with the expectation of finding one that fits, but also with the realization that churches are filled with people, and for that reason no church is going to be perfect.http://www.compellingtruth.org/church-shopping.html
Moving from church to church is not the answer. Your problem is that you have trouble connecting with other people. We all have social anxiety. Stay where you are and try to get to know some people in your age group. Force yourself to get out of your comfort zone and try make some friends there. Talk to your pastor if necessary. He can advise you and help you fit in. Don't give up! Get some books and read about how to fit into social situations. You might take a friend that you already have to church with you, that way you would already know someone and not be so alone. Good luck to you!
Read the Bible. The Holy Spirit will help you in your decision. There are churches out there to help you in your spiritual growth. Pray, Pray and Pray. It should't be this hard, but the churches need more of God's Word and not man's. I hope I have not overload you, make sure you are hearing God's Word.