What I would do is limited to a degree of subjectivity, which cannot be overcome, irrespective of how objective I may appear.
Religion is a subject issue, as is everything we do and say.
If I am aloof from what others are doing, then I can speak objectively about my observations; but even so, these observations will be skewed according to my worldview, if I am asked to interpret events or express an opinion.
Apart from merely reporting my observations, anything else is subjective.
In which case, if I did not agree with what people in my community were doing I would express my dissatisfaction. In the event that I were affected by what was happening in the community where I lived, if I did not like it and could not change it, I would leave.
However, the Ten Commandments, when understood, enable us to possess a standard by which we can measure the behavior and morals of people—including our own morality and behavior, as well as others. Behavior incongruent with the Ten Commandments are a violation of our moral right to love the Lord our God and one another as ourselves.
Truth Enables The Realization Freewill Provides Us With Responsibility