No. We voted down the covenant for quite the opposite reason. We want unity as much as anyone but we want a unity between equals, freely entered into by all, where nobody will be relegated to a lesser status of unity, and where unity of thought and practice will evolve through free discussion and action without the threat of patronising punishment hanging over our heads. At no time have those against the proposed covenant advocated schism or the relegation of those we disagree with to a lesser status within the Communion, let alone banishment and exile, no matter how much their beliefs hurt God's children.
So let's get this straight once and for all. We are the ones who want the Communion to remain as it was, loyal to the creeds of our churches that we have adhered to since before the formation of our denomination. We are not the revisionists. We do not demand anything that is new. We remain 100% faithful to the teachings of Jesus Christ as opposed to those who seek to subject our Saviour's teachings to those of human beings by idolising tradition and scripture of human construct. We are not the cultural relativists as our morality is linked only to the commandments of Jesus Christ. It is those who wish to place the words of humans above the words of Christ who are slaves to cultural contexts both passed and present.