I am an Emeritus CofE Reader, looking for a community of open minded Anglicans who appreciate the broad and inclusive nature of Christ's church, and the embodiment of that principle in the Anglican Communion in its Parish System of Pastoral Care and Ministry. I am, by virtue of this principle an "Anglo-Catholic Charismatic Evangelist", neither Catholic nor Evangelical but Reformed with a 'generous view' of atonement theology. As a duly licensed Reader I have sworn the oath of orthodoxy you suggest when I was annointed and commissioned to teach and preach in The Church of England. Having read the Rules of the online community here, I am concerned that the whole breadth of Anglicanism is not adequately represented and some contentious decisions of General Synod are declared to be 'Modern Errors', rather than theological differences of opinion between brethren. Am I stumbling into either a "Forward in Faith", "Reform", or "Real Anglican Church", etc. enclave, sect or something of the sort? Or is this representative of the spirit of the Anglican Church I have known and served for 72 years. Please accept my apologies for disturbing the peace, if I have come to the wrong place. I don't wish to be subjected to the kind of treatment I have experienced on some other 'Denominationally Doctrine Driven' Forums recently. Gal.5:13-15. Can someone welcome me and put my mind at rest?