The Episcopal Church welcomes you!
No, secular humanism or Buddhism welcomes me.
No, not literally. I'm fool enough to stick with the Church. Many, however, just quit. The number is now 16% of the American population that is unaffiliated with *any* religion (according to the Pew Center study in 2008).
Nevertheless, it *disgusts* me how Christians like to excommunicate each other over "love" and "the prince of peace" and their standards of what makes a good Christian. If there is any place that should welcome sinners fully, it should be the Church. Yet, so often, that welcome is there the least.
Don't worry, though, all you good excommunicating Christians. With weekly Mass attendance down to 31% in the Latin rite in the U.S. (according to the CARA study in 2008), and with catastrophic demographics in the Eastern Rites, you are excommunicating each other quite effectively: in practice, if not always officially. The multi-jurisdictional mess in Orthodoxland is, perhaps, indicative --and causal?-- of a similar phenomenon. The result in the end will be tiny churches of people just like yourselves. God help you.