Have you been scheduled to play an organ recital but you feel you're not welcome in this church?
Of course, they don't have the guts to tell you this openly but you can feel it in other things.
You can sense this from the way they communicate with you, they may make you pay the rent for the instrument even though it's obvious other guest organists played there for free in the past?
Perhaps you don't get any time to rehearse, perhaps the church doesn't advertise your concert at all or they may even meddle with your program selection (provided they don't have any official guidelines for that).
Of course, sometimes our choices aren't the wisest regarding the style of the instrument and maybe the resident organist can advice us what works there and what doesn't. But I'm not talking about this case here.
I'm thinking more about the situation when you can feel some politics going on in this church behind your back.
So, should you play there at all costs?
Not at all. I think your talents would be better appreciated some place else.
Trust is everything. No trust - no connection.
Say, "Thank you but it's not for you. I'll go to these guys instead."
Shun the non-believers.
What do you think?