No no no no no. Religions may have “algorithms” in that they have instructions to do certain things in certain ways, but that by no means makes algorithms a religion. The laws of keeping Kosher are not by any means an algorithm, they’re a set of rules. Algorithms have a little more to them than just being some vague or specific set of rules.
A religion is a faith. Algorithms have no element of faith.
Please do not be a part of the anti-science movement, whether you think you are or not, that equates elements of science or engineering with religion.
I do not know what definition of “algorithm” you are going on, but it is clearly not one used in the computer science community. I implore you to look up Knuth’s definition, it’s a rather good one.