This could hurt a bit to drive to, but the last time I had communion was also March 31st and my faith is not in the best place.
Jonathan gave you some good advice, both in general and specifically with regard to Coptic practice; I found it useful myself. I'm not used to priests hearing confession before Liturgy, for example, so I didn't know that was possible among Copts.
We need to avoid two extremes in our spiritual life when we feel "our faith is not in the best place" (it usually isn't). The first extreme is when we think we're doomed and so there's no point in trying, we should stay away from Communion, from the life of the Church, etc. The second is when we, believing that our spiritual life is a work in progress and that God is merciful beyond comprehension, decide that we're not going to worry about it, we'll just do whatever we want, God knows our heart is in the right place, and he'll forgive us because that's just who he is.
The right place for us to be is somewhere in the middle. We need to trust God that he'll make up for whatever we're lacking, but we also have to be aware of our own deficiencies, ask for his mercy, and keep trying to do better. Sometimes we'll feel like we're OK, and other times we'll feel like we're slipping, but as long as we reach out for God and ask him to save us, aware of our shortcomings and trying our best, he'll reach out to us and save us. Don't let the devil trick you into thinking that "you're just fine, do whatever you like" or "you're hopeless, so just give up".