I wasn't raised in any particular religion, but I will say that my parents each have their own spiritual/religious beliefs, but these were not mentioned much to me until I was older and I was, ultimately, not forced to go to any sort of church or study religion.
My father's brand of faith is more spiritual then religious. I would say that he is more new agey, and I strongly believe that has to do with his involvement in the recovery group AA, because the guidelines to that group are pretty new agey. He believes in coincidences and is very, very out there. It's overwhelming. I could never believe how he believes.
My mother is much more private about her religious beliefs, she is both spiritual and religious, and follows the dying religion of Christian Science. I believe this religion is a lot more about prayer work than rules, because it seems that other religions have this moral rulebook and this religion, in the way she believes it, does not. My grandma whom I am currently staying with also believes this, but she is a lot less private about it.
I was raised in Utah. I grew up around a lot of Mormons and would say that their clannish behavior and somewhat silly ideas of God and conduct have repelled me from attempting to adopt any religion.
I tell people, if they ask me what my religion is and they are very insistent about it, that I am a Discordian. It's mainly a parody, disorganized religion and it's very amusing to me.