I was raised Unitarian and felt it was "not religious enough" and felt drawn to Christianity but not the "magic words" kind of Christianity that was most popular where I grew up--the belief that saying, "I accept Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior" makes you go to heaven no matter what you do!
I belong to the Episcopal Church now, and I really like it.
: There is a creed, but a lot is left open to interpretation. One of our slogans is, "Jesus died to take away your sins, not your mind."
We have mostly traditional, elaborate liturgy but with liberal ideas.
There's a split happening right now in the Episcopal Church between those who are sticking with it and those who are "realigning" with another Anglican province because they think the USA one is wrong about some issues, of which these are the top 3, with the USA province's answers in parentheses: Can sexually active homosexuals serve as priests and bishops? (yes) Is the Bible the literal and inerrant Word of God? (no; much of it is metaphorical) Is it okay to pray to the Trinity using words other than "Father, Son, and Holy Spirit"? (yes; we can say, "Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer" or other appropriate words) So, if you look into an Episcopal church, be prepared for the possibility that they're realigners--the parts of the country that have been most affected are Pennsylvania, Texas, and California.
I think the best way to find a new church is to do some research on the denominations, then look up individual churches of the denominations that interest you and see what you can find about them on the Web, then visit the ones that sound good and be sure to attend the coffee hour or whatever social time they have so that you can meet people and learn more.