VirtueOnline reports on a meeting in Philadelphia:
Asked by a laywoman why the Episcopal Church is losing its members, the Presiding Bishop retorted that all studies show that evangelistic churches grow for a while. "They have wide open front doors and wide open back doors...they keep going. They are very effective at initial evangelism, but not much for long time life Christians."
Not only is the PB ignorant of basic orthodox theology she is clearly out of her areas of expertise (whatever those are) when she is speaking about evangelical churches. For example, in the Diocese of Chicago there is Willow Creek Community Church. There is some coming and going at Willow Creek, but the church has been growing for decades and now has more weekly worshipers than the entire DoC.
In southern California there are numerous evangelical churches, but probably the best known is Saddleback Community Church. This is another growing church that has more weekly worshipers than the pecusa diocese in which it resides.
I could go on, but you get the idea. These churches are not only effective at initial evangelism they are also powerhouses for discipleship. Schori's characterization of these places is demonstrably wrong, and given her numerous questionable public pronouncements we should not be surprised.