I've been lurking for some time now, and forgive me because I know my questions are similar to those asked by others ...
I was raised Baptist, and have attended non-denominational, Methodist and Anglican churches. All the while, I have been reading and praying and pondering where God wants me to be. I'm married with a flexible husband (thank goodness), and he's willing to go to church with me. We've talked in depth about my beliefs and concerns, and I believe he understands where I am spiritually.
I've also studied the Roman Catholic church (reading, internet message boards, in-depth conversations with anyone Catholic who was willing to talk with me and answer questions, and I've attended mass several times over the years). I learned about Orthodoxy via my study of the Catholic church.
After studying church history and opening myself to all the possibilities, I realize that no longer believe in scripture alone, faith alone or once saved always saved. I actually don't know if I ever did believe in all these things, but I am grateful to my Christian family and protestant roots that led me to Christ. What is sad is that I consider myself to be a Christian without a home at this point.
There are 2 Orthodox churches in other cities within 30-35 miles of my home - one is OCA and the other is Greek Orthodox. I also believe that there may be a Romanian Orthodox church that is closer, but their website is in Romanian (with a small translation into English).
What do I do next? Attend a service? Go to an inquirer class? I am both scared (of the unknown) and excited (about possibly finding the true church and what that means in terms of my whole life).