In my experience it comes down to this. Hopefully you and your pastor, and the rest of your congregation, are close enough to a loving family model that it’s ok to voice a difference in opinion on a specific subject every now and then. We also need to be mature enough to understand deconstruction can take years and requires the other party to do significant studying on their own. It won’t change in a few conversations if they are not already leaning that way. We also need to remember the issue of “ being right versus being righteous “. I can be right and correct everyone everytime I hear them misrepresent science or theology on and I can be right so much that it’s unrighteous. Sometimes it’s perfectly fine to voice your opinion and sometimes it’s perfectly fine to stay silent and look past it.
The majority of my congregation are YEC who are fairly pro Trump and what I consider far right. Maybe 2/3rds are like that. The remaining half seems to be some sort of ID with old earth views snd fall slightly right of the middle. The remaining bit is split with almost directly middle and slightly left snd open to evolution being true. So as someone that’s fairly left politically and believe in evolution and even go to the point that I don’t believe God created us on purpose at all and we are by chance and he took advantage of it and reached out once we evolved I am often isolated in views. If I constantly attacked them , or even just constantly talked about my views it would be divisive. I would be right, but I would not be acting righteous.
So my balance is that unless directly asked I only bring up my political views and my scientific understanding 3-4 times a year in front of the whole congregation. At the end of every service for about 15 minutes the entire floor is opened for everyone to ask questions or counter statements made during the service. Then for about 10 minutes after that we do a “ live bulletin “ of which the floor is open for everyone to mention what they are doing and if anyone wants to be part of it. Such as in a few minutes I’ll be bouncing because last Sunday I mentioned at a local store that sells comics and they do games like D&D , play cards games like gathering and so on is playing part two of the Fear Street trilogy. 2 disciples
From the church are going to meet me there. Though I’m not going Sunday after church a group of like 9 people are driving an hour away to some restaurant that will be going out of business is having a buffet and so they are all going there. So a few times a year I’ll mention something that is coming up at the IMAX or some cool hike thst will be focused on natural history or something evolution focused and if anyone wants to come they can.
Outside of that I just don’t bring it up, even when they are, and will only speak up if someone directly asks me. With that said there are many disciples that one on one we talk about it almost weekly. But it’s private and not before everyone.