I'm reminded of these lines from Anthony DeMello's Taking Flight: A Book of Story Meditations:
A Hindu Sage was having The Life of Jesus read to him. When he learned how Jesus was rejected by his people in Nazareth, he exclaimed, "a rabbi whose congregation does not want to drive him out of town isn't a rabbi." And when he learned how it was the priests who put Jesus to death, he said with a sigh, "It is hard for Satan to mislead the whole world, so he appoints prominent ecclesiastics in different parts of the globe."
The lament of a bishop: "Wherever Jesus went there was a revolution; wherever I go people serve tea!"
When a million people follow you, ask yourself where have you gone wrong. ("Religion," p. 73)
There are worse things than getting kicked out of the Anglican Communion.