Thanks for the welcome; glad to be here!
No, it's not a family church although I still visit that one occasionally. Our church is actually "liberal" relatively speaking. We have women deacons (one of only two Baptist congregations I know of in this area that do), and you don't hear much talk about gender roles. We've been there for five years, so we've certainly bonded with everyone and made it our family. It's just that over the years, like most things seem to be, I'm sensing the congregation starting to shift. For example, I was recently in a conversation and had to shift my gears quickly when the person I was talking to said that their problem with Southeastern Seminary in Wake Forest is that it is too liberal for them. I certainly don't think it's healthy or possible to go to a church where everyone agrees on everything. I just think the conversations I want to have wouldn't be welcome in polite conversation. Admitting that I'm not actually sure how I feel about gay marriage, that I don't necessarily read every part of the Bible literally, etc.
As far as I can tell, there aren't any CBF or Alliance churches within driving distance of where we are. Plenty of Free Will and Independent, but that's going to the other side of the spectrum.
I still feel rather new to being "back in the fold", even though it's been years. I often wonder if I'm just making much ado about nothing, getting all riled up over something John Piper or Mark Driscoll have said, and projecting it onto my home church. Again, glad to be here and maybe engage in some interesting conversations.