Not sure if i'm just asking for trouble from you, John, but it is worth mentioning that Paganism and all of its branches covers a very broad spectrum of possible rituals, various connotations, invocations and general knowledge that is readily available from better sources than this website. However, there is very little information on what it is to be of the faith on a day-to-day basis. If you are the first in you family and group of friends to choose to be Pagan it can be incredibly daunting to look at the mass of information available in addition to hundreds of derivatives and branches; it can be task to look within and find which branch speaks to you. In the meantime of trying to work that out, it is nice to be able to carry out some daily rituals like meditation to feel that connection that first made the person deciede to become pagan.
You speak of going to church to learn about Jesus; Paganism isn't nearly as popular as Catholicism and it may be very difficult if not impossible to get to a Pagan service, in addition to there being no text that summarises all ancient teachings like the Bible. As such, if you have no one to teach you of Paganism, where do you have to turn save for the internet?