Next, try Googling the words "Episcopal Church", and see what site comes up first. (Please don't click just yet on the link.)
Now comes the best part. Here is the link that ECUSA is trying so hard to make certain that you see---I will spell it out first, before giving you the hyperlink:
OK, now either copy that link and paste it into your browser, or, if you trust me not to be tricking you, click directly on this link below (I promise, I have not changed the URL):
Do you see how they now have you both ways? To reach the Episcopal Church's official website, either you must first visit their "I am Episcopalian" website (as a result of trying to go to the traditional URL "www.episcopalchurch.org"), and then click "Continue", or you must type in "Iamepiscopalian.org" (or Google "I am Episcopalian") in order to get to their Website!
They may not be hierarchical in fact, but they sure are "hierarchical" on the Web---they positively dictate how you have to approach them. (It was supposed to be this way only through Lent, and now we are almost to Pentecost.)
So ask yourself: do you feel more "Episcopalian" as a result of learning this?
If you answer "Yes," you are part of the problem.