What has been mentioned is clearly not "apostacy". Fact is, Ministers have the toughest time with memberships fighting amongst each other and against each other instead of against Satan, the real foe.
Its getting people's attention off this physical world we live in, and concentrated upon things of the spirit that needs to be dealt with.
The "greeters", donuts and coffee, ushers, etc are all good for drawing people and making them feel welcome and comfortable in our churches. But.. theres also the message we are speaking or portraying otherwise.
Visitors to churches won't find much belief in them if walk in to find members gossiping, arguing, speaking negative of others, etc. Ministers with these constant problems in thier Churches, see a problem and need to change thier assessment of Sermons shared, to those that will touch the hearts of the Members in a way to turn negatives to positives.
Remind those complaining of the heat to thank God they aren't freezing like we do here, or those too cold, to thank God they aren't sweating to death.
If they want to continue to complain, tell them to donate money for changing the temperature, otherwise, be "satisfied in whatever state they are in".
I've been a Christian Minister and Councilor nearly 30 years, and there are always Scriptural basis for problems many Ministers can't seem to apply. I don't understand thier lack of using God's Word strait forward with thier Members when needed, to curb propogating further of those problems.
Have Ministers come under such scrutiny from thier District or main HQs, they cannot speak and witness God's Truth in troubled times, for fear of losing Members or income?
I'd rather be speaking God's Truths than to hold back and constantly witness problems getting slowly worse over time. thats probably why one friend of mine and I are known as "Tail Twisters" in our Churches.
Speak the Truth and you'll have less problems between your Members and speak more or start more "Discipleship" programs, in order to teach your older Members how to take on teaching the younger Christians in your church, plus more ideas I could share.