Sorry if this is in the wrong area.
So, before I ever became a Christian I was non-religious. I believed in God, belonged to a Episcopal family and everything but rarely went to church or practiced my faith. Then a friend of mine started taking me to his church which was a Baptist Church that didn’t belong to any particular Baptist denomination, and they also were fundamentalist in theology. I became a member and got baptized there, but then after two years of studying I decided the Catholic faith was the true faith and got received into the Church about a year ago. Thing is, I had become friends with these people and the only time I could ever see them was at church. I also didn’t want to be that person who just got up and left… they are a small church and have had people just leave and never come back. I couldn’t do that. So, every few months I go to their church (on Wednesday) and talk with them and maybe stay for the service. They aren’t anti-Catholic (to my amazement) which is good, and are generally accepting of Catholics, considering us faithful brothers and sisters in Christ. The Pastor of that church actually understands Catholic theology really well. These people are loving people and like I said, I couldn’t just get up, leave, and never come back. I love these people! So, I was planing on going tonight just to say hi to everyone, maybe stay for the service, then hang with them a little bit after, and then leave. Is this okay for a Catholic to do? Can I do this every few months?