Of course, those of us who for theological reasons can’t agree to this, but wish to remain fully committed within the Church of England, have been considered. As the declaration says “Pastoral and sacramental provision for the minority within the Church of England will be made without specifying a limit of time and in a way that maintains the highest possible degree of communion and contributes to mutual flourishing across the whole Church of England.”
Sadly some parishes are already deeply concerned about the process of having to confirm their theological position every three years, and are understandably concerned that this is a filtering process which over time will see our minority dwindle. Outside this Diocese I’ve heard concerns (have you joined The Mission Society of St Wilfrid and St Hilda on Facebook?) of parishes being pressured into things by senior clergy who disagree with them. Saying things that are simply untrue!
Sadly people haven’t yet caught onto the fact that The Society is here for their aid. Its national structure is managed by Forward in Faith yes but the local structure is where it’s all at!
I'm genuinely surprised that more Resolution C parishes aren't joining up to their local branches of The Society. Because if they do they will have a full trained representative of their PEV to hold their hand, as well as fully prepare them for any visits of senior clergy as well as the three yearly review process.
Of course parishes who have a mix of opinions on the matter have also been considered – in essence a parish where there is a major range of opinions on the matter must certainly involve ministry that all within the parish can in good conscience receive. The Declaration doesn't, and neither do the PEV’s want to see parishes breaking up and splintering – we are needed within the Church, not just tolerated.
So, in conclusion, if you or your vicar/priest are not already members of The Society locally (wherever you live!) – tell them they need to do so ASAP, otherwise they may well be misdirected by people who are not as well informed of your parishes rights as they apparently appear.