I sat in on a particular service here in Cambridge of an extremely evangelical C of E church, and I would have mistaken it for an Assembly of God service or something. There wasn't speaking in tongues, but there was a 45 minute sermon with drums and electric guitars in front of the altar. There was no liturgical structure in any way that I could see. The priest was wearing a tie.
Since it takes an act of Parliament to authorize a new BCP over here, the C of E is largely using what is called Common Worship, which I like. But the problem is that it is so loose, that there is nothing now that binds together worship from parish to parish. I don't see how the C of E is holding it all together, as it seems that Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi has largely evaporated into this amorphous comsumer-like liturgical culture .