As you will see, the trends are all about decline. This is true even in The Diocese of California, which is the San Francisco see of The Episcopal Church.
As the stats display, the front-and-center LGBT agenda of the denomination has not created any momentum, even in the most LGBT friendly city one can imagine.
A couple of the comments in the thread explain the leadership issues clearly. I especially like this one:
"TEC didn’t correctly account for the fact that the people who share their worldview don’t see much need for organized religion. It drove away the people who cared, and then turned to receive the applause of the crowd. The crowd did indeed applaud, but it also curtly declined the offer to join the congregation. It didn’t care about TEC or its ideas. The crowd simply wanted to see the old religion put down lest it trouble the conscience. When the show was over, the crowd went home and sought after other distractions. Now TEC is mired in multitudes of lawsuits with spiraling legal costs even as its membership hurtles toward a demographic cliff."