That's the reason you're here anyway, right?
1. The people there should have it all together.
Honey, if we had it all together we wouldn't have much of a need to be there. We all are there for growth... for change.
2. People who go to church are fake, hypocritical, and judgmental.
The reason overweight people are in the gym is because they have a goal or a need to be healthier and better. Every person in church is not the same; but there are hypocrites where ever you go and church is not excluded. I, personally, just love to worship and fellowship with other believers.
3. Church people can do no wrong.
You've heard people do this: "She's supposed to be so saved and doing this or that."
Salvation didn't make anyone perfect. Salvation is when you accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior because you are NO GOOD on your own. Salvation is a daily walk and the goal is HOLINESS; HOWEVER, The flesh is still weak and will rise up when tempted if you're not prayerful and watchful. When we do have "fleshly" moments, we should repent, dust off, and move on. God knows I'm not perfect.
4. I need to give up my sin before I go to church.
Not true. You can't handle changing you alone. You will never go to church if you're waiting for the right time. We are all there for some reason. You are no different.
5. Pastors are just trying to get rich, they don't care about the people.
This may be true for some pastors, who use their power/callings (if actually called) for their own motives. That's where your own discernment comes in. Find a church that is preaching the WORD, abides in the WORD, and lives by THE WORD. No church will be perfect because, again, NO person is perfect.
6. I can have my own church at home.
Most of us, without the proper training/teaching, misinterpret the bible when we read it. Not to mention, we are all a part of God's body and we should assemble together; although we can assemble in places other than church buildings, EVEN JESUS could be found in the temple back in His earthly days. Fellowship is a part of the Christian walk.