Some people go to church 'faithfully' every Sunday, (or other specified day) as regular as clockwork. Some may go sporadically - as the mood strikes. Others may never go - they're not in the habit. My comments apply equally to church, temple, synagog, mosque, or place of worship.
My advice, my admonishment to you, is: if you go to church every Sunday, then stop. If you don't, then start. Going to church is supposed to be an act of faith, a sign of one's spiritual self, not a ritual. If, for you, going to church is no more than a ritual - something one is supposed to do on Sundays, then it is meaningless. God would rather you stay at home and do something useful. Make a change.
If, on the other hand, going to church is for you an opportunity to become spiritually refreshed, to get in touch with your inner self, to renew that bond with the Almighty, to spend a little time with family and loved ones, and to renew old friendships, then going to church is of the utmost benefit. Don't let ritual, ceremony, dogma, and symbolism replace meaning in your life.