“I don’t like organized religion.”
There are many ways to organize something. Good and bad ways.
The alternative is disorganized religion. I’ve seen it and it’s really worse.
When you have 10 or 20 people who all want the same thing, who want to do something meaningful, it’s a shame if they can’t organize. Not organized means: no one coordinates or plans, the ones best suited to leading are afraid to be leaders, the rest are anti-authoritarian and lash out at any suggestion no matter how good.
That’s not an improvement.
I love organized religion.