I actually do not have trouble getting myself to church provided I am close by or havr proper transportation.^ Please, let's not do this. ^
I can't speak for you Rob, just do your best and make your conscience as strong as you can. I don't know whether the dryness you experience is just a personal phase, as Christians do experience dryness, or whether it's always there.
Churches need bureaucracy to some extent to be able to function in the world. It's part of our fallen state, we either are inattentive and don't realize what needs to be done, or are too proud to do what's needed, and thus we need an ordered systems to fill in the blanks, It's not bureaucracy as administration that I see an issue with, I'm just not delicate enough to know how to bring it up without people bringing out the pitchforks.
I'm afraid though, with your post that you have trouble attending church, do try to pick one church and stick with it.
I have trouble finding a church I am comfortable with.
Aside from the bureacracy and the "dryness," it might be because I do not really have too many family and friends who go to church. I am also not the most exteoverted/outgoing person in the world. So I tend to feel like an outsider when I go to a new church.
I have gotten to know some Franciscan friars in my area. With them, I never felt like an outsider, or like their practice and teaching of the faith was "dry." Unfortunately, they do not offer public Masses every Sunday.