Biblically based. Uphold. - Protestant, reformed tradition. Often Calvinistic. Minister wears preaching scarf or mufti for services.
Open Evangelical. - as above but with a lot more talking before coming to the same conclusions. Cassock and stole worn for sacramental services, otherwise mufti. Fair trade stall after the main Sunday service.
Middle of the road. Broad Church. Traditional Anglican. - Usually, exactly what it says on the tin. Non directive preaching. Robes in the morning, often with chausible. Academic hood in the evening. No incense.
Liberal Catholic. - As "middle of the road" but with robes and even incense on high feasts during the week (and maybe even Easter Sunday). Comes from the Sarum tradition but they will long ago have forgotten that. Fair trade stall after the main Sunday service.
Inclusive, Liberal, Catholic. - As liberal catholic but with lots of incense, compulsory robing and more gay priests and laity than you could wave a stick at.
Resolution A and B or resolution A, B and C, passed. - Romanist (often pre-Vatican II). No women clergy under any circumstance. More gay priests and laity . . . etc. Marion vestments in wardrobe. Sign on wall stating, "A candle burns for (this church) at the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham."
This is not an exhaustive list of terms by any means.
Please feel free to add your own suggestions.