Not usually. Despite being large buildings, they are comprised mostly of one large room, which does not require much extra lighting due to having large windows and lit candles, and little extra heating due to the congregation’s body heat. Any extra heating in the pulpit would simply rise into the high ceilings where the faithful would not benefit from it anyway. The clergy’s offices do need to be lit and heated, but no more so than a room in any other building.
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