I find it ridiculous that people think science shows there is no evidence of God and therefore there is not one.
Firstly, science to me reveals more about an all pervading, all knowing, illimitable, infinite, (spirit) the more I learn. The spirit aspect is which is not seen by science, but everything we learn about electrons, and virtual particles tells us all kinds of amazing things nature can do which we never would have imagined. Things like timeless electrons, 'knowing' electrons, infinite virtual particles/energy, illimitable virtual particle/energy.
I'm going to reduce this 'God' word to the spirit, since that is the word that makes most sense to me, not God.
Einstein did not agree with religions of the day, but he did say his religion consists of a humble admiration of the illimitable, infinite spirit. Spirit being the key word here.
Religions don't have a perfect model of the spirit, true! But science doesn't have a perfect model of nature either! One addresses spiritual while the other the natural. Neither have models that fit perfectly to what the reality of nature and the spirit are. The both ask different questions.
A spirit perhaps that pervades everything before and after the material or perhaps a spirit that is an echo of natural conscious energies itself.
When did science become all knowing? Further when did we?
What makes us think science shows everything about nature? Aren't there possible aspects of nature that science will never be able to know or delve into? What if the spirit is not supernatural, but that nature is simply another aspect of this pervading spirit?
If what is the most simple, most basic, most fundamental is in fact a spiritual energy and from that all material things came to be then the nature we are studying is simply a result of this spiritual aspect. In fact there could be other aspects of the spirit in which we are not privy to in studying just science, but only the natural.
By usual definition there is the spirit and there is the natural. Science is talking about the material nature, not the immaterial aspect of nature which is spirit. Science doesn't see the immaterial or the spirit. But the spirit has been experienced by the immaterial consciousness.
Our consciousness is in fact immaterial. Our thoughts and emotions are immaterial.
Some say consciousness might be an illusion. I say the material is the illusion, the grand delusion. The whole material experience is a temporary fake. The only thing real is the immaterial.
God has to do something to exist? God is immaterial and basic just like our consciousness is both immaterial and basic.
What you believe has partly to do with where you were born? Many people change faiths as they grow up, and people come to faiths because of their life experiences. But it doesn't matter what faith you are, because none of the models are perfect models of the spirit! They are all attempts like science has models to attempt to qualify the natural.
The point is in investigating it and learning it and figuring it out yourself.