This is a tough question to tackle, as alluded to by vangoghfan. One might say that a creator needs a creator, but not if you believe in God. This has not only been a deeply philosophical question since Darwin published his book, but it is a fiery debate when two or more people with opposing views try to support their personal points of view—about the existence of God, let alone whether evolution is true or not. This happens often with questions regarding politics, abortion, legalizing marijuana, assisted-suicide, and religion (to name a few). I tend to avoid most of these topics in mixed company (out in a social setting) because they are questions that have no conclusive answers.
Something that might prove to be of some comfort to you is that if you truly believe that God created everything (as I do), you take it all on faith and nothing can change that. If you read the Scriptures, you will find that there are always people who will disagree with you; what matters most is not what Darwin says or what others believe as long as you are at peace with what you believe. You don't have to believe in anything that you choose not to believe in. When you were young, you might have believed in the tooth fairy or monsters under the bed. But as we get older, we are presented with more information, and we are confronted with the choice of deciding what we choose believe.
I don't agree with Darwinism. Some people do. I find that as long as we are free to believe what we want, as is the case in the U.S., we are exercising a right that people in other countries around the world can only dream about. Did you know that some people don't believe that the Holocaust took place? Even with pictures and reports and eye-witnesses? And that some folks don't believe we walked on the moon!
Find what you believe in, and let the rest go. Some people believe in fortune tellers and horoscopes. You can't control the world, only what you think. And the more we learn, the more people take us seriously when we speak. Don't let it get to you. (And as post #1 noted, others have written in support of your ideas. Read their work and see if you don't feel better.) Try to smile and enjoy the "theater of the human race." There is nothing quite like it.