Why hasn't Anglicanism reached out to and planted churches in rural areas, out in the countryside like Baptists, Methodists, and Holiness churches have? Anglican churches are found in towns, big or small. Common people look at the Anglican churches as elitist. So, does Anglicanism only care about upper class and upper-middle class folks, and those who live in towns and cities? The ACNA and AMiA emphasize church planting, but they are following the paths of TEC, planting churches in towns. I think that is somewhat less true of the AMiA, but the pattern is there, nonetheless.