When I was talking with folk last night we considered how we will not be judged by how much we know - Christianity is not a matter of accepting or understanding propositions. Nor will we be judged according to whether or not we have completed a checklist of activities.
Our Christian faith is a matter of being and becoming. Therefore all of these other necessary things are a means of being and becoming more Christ-like, and more completely filled with the Holy Spirit. Sometimes even attendance at Church services and the study of theology can prevent us being and becoming as God would wish.
We thought together last night how our prayer lives at home, and our lives with others, were also necessary means of being and becoming, and that we should not neglect those aspects of our lives, any more than we should neglect the proper and necessary and sustaining participation in the services of the Church, the Body of Christ - of which we are of course mystically and organically members.
Balance in all things I suppose.