I like to think so. It's a smaller church so almost everyone knows everyone. We need more young adults, but there's a good spread of seniors, and parents with children, so it doesn't tend to swing one way or the other. We also try to have a lot of social events.
Affectionate? No. Social? Quite. Most church goers go through the motions and responses and then leave but there are plenty of opportunities to get together and socialize. Our church is a very active community. Our children are adults now and we still bum around with parents of the kids from their grade school. Church is more than just religion. It should be a part of your life.
To most people this may be to much. But I personally don't see why people don't at the very least hug each other. And if it's of the opposite sex they can hug from the side or not pressing their bodies together. And you should get to know everyone not just certain people. At one time years ago back in the late 80's we had a church of 330 people and I knew them all and they knew me.