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You know, I have to say that I agree that it's good to stay at a church if you feel that is what you should do. I think there are very few people that feel about animals/vegetarianism the way we do, honestly. But if you feel that doors are being shut because of your beliefs, it may be best to look for another church that, even though they may not agree with you, does not look down on you.
I attend a church that does not necessarily agree with all of my views; but I am still pretty involved there. I've served in the nursery. I teach a children's church class. They have told me if I am ever interested in playing in their worship team to let them know. I would definitely pray about this situation and see where God directs you.
Sometimes it doesn't hurt to visit another church to see if it feels like a good fit. That doesn't mean you have to attend there or leave your current church unless you feel God is directing you in that way.
I hope that helps.
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