The somewhat prominent preacher, Greg Laurie, preaches that each and every Christian has an obligation to convert others to the faith. What he means, apparently, is that Christians should invite others to their churches and/or try to convince them they are on the wrong path and should get right with Jesus.
I’m sure there are many believers that joined churches after being invited by someone. Many these days change churches because of something they like or dislike.
But, to think a person who does not believe there is a Jesus or a god will pleased at an invitation to church seems like a stretch. In fact, it would anger many people. In most cases, the best thing a Christian can do is to be likable and keep their religious views to themselves. Evangelizing is the worst thing they can do.
If someone asks you, “Do you know a good church I could attend?” the door is open to respond accordingly. Without that question, it is best to assume a person does not want to hear about your faith.
A further place not to evangelize is in our public laws. I hope some Christians would resolve that in 2018 they will not lobby against gay marriage or against abortion rights. The only reason to oppose gay rights and abortion is because parts of Christianity view them as sin.
Other parts of the faith do not see them as sin and other religions do not.