No. Maybe in Cologne or thereabouts, but that's not standard pronunciation.
You should aim to keep Kirche (church) and Kirsche (cherry) distinct, and this also means not making ich sound like isch.
Just like a "huge human" in English should not sound like a "shooj shooman" -- the "hy-" sound at the beginning of those words does not sound "exactly like" a "sh" sound, but for many speakers it does sound rather similar to the German ch sound in ich.
Coming from the North I can say that either version is acceptable, just like either version of "I am Anna" or "I am called Anna" is fine :-) I guess it depends on the question though which one you would use: If asked, what is your name, you are more likely to respond with "Ich heisse Anna", while if asked who are you, you would probably respond with "Ich bin Anna" :-)
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