One has both voluntary and compulsory memberships:
one’s citizenship is compulsory,
so might one’s trade-union membership be;
but one’s membership of a religion or NGO should be voluntary;
and we expect that such membership will be truly lifeplace & personal-ability enabling
of the individual member..
When an organisation deliberately fails to provide,
that enablement from any member
that is tantamount to “ex-communicating” that person.
Instantially, when an Anglican church rejects a person’s [Christian] service
and further excludes that person from entering and from worshipping within the church building or buildings,
that is tantamount to ex-communicating
the service they provide (to other members) within the church.
Now as we consider a similar person,
but ‘outside’ of such particular long-established organisation,
making a commitment to join with others
in a “new” collective-movement
“Self-&-Civilisation Co-Sustainworthying Movement;
we come face-to-face with a “double-barrier”
caused by the respective “non-negotiabilities” of the two “Objects-of-Association”.
Quite simply put,
one needs to quit one or the other.
[ Even Jesus-Christ advised the world that “No one can serve two masters”]
One naturally ‘obeys’ the dictates of the long-established organisation:
and quits it.