As a former Christian, I follow no other path other than Druidry now. I believe in its spiritual path as a guiding light for my journey on this earth.
Why do I call it a religion? Probably because I am living as close as I can to the druid teachings and philosophy
In the UK, when I went to the hospital a couple of years ago, I was asked what religion I was. I blurted out without thinking: Druid. The receptionist blinked, and started to look at her computer saying, "I've never had one of those before, but don't worry, if its not listed I'll put you under other." A minute or so later, she exclaimed, "Here we are - Druid. Well, I never knew that was even on the list."
So looks like in the NHS at least, they recognise Druidry as a religion - enough anyway to get put on their computer system