Are you asking this question to get an incendiary reaction?
You can't "make" a spouse do anything, as I'm sure you already know.
I think the more important question is, "Why do I want to make my husband go to church?"
If the answer is, "So that we can spend quality time as a family," then take up bowling together, or trips to the library, or a regular movie night.
To many people, church is exceedingly boring. It's too long, the seats are uncomfortable, Sunday is the only day they can sleep in, they have to socialize with people that they don't necessarily even like, the music is awful, the sermon is predictable and tedious, and they can't attend in t-shirt and jeans.
The bowling alley provides togetherness, but none of those disadvantages.
I'm just suggesting that maybe you trade. Does your husband have a hobby that you think is dull? Maybe he likes browsing auto parts stores. Say to him, "Hey, I''ll do something boring with you -- like browsing an auto parts store -- if you do something boring with me."
If that bait doesn't work, then learn to enjoy church without him. Tell him stories abut the after-church spaghetti feed and maybe you'll interest him in going.
If he still doesn't want to attend, stop trying.
I'm assuming you married him for more than just his impressive church attending abilities, so enjoy those aspects and let him sleep in on Sundays.
If he attends when he doesn't want to, he will begrudge you for it, and that isn't the result you want.