Is only a couple of years away from a split.
And the pious talk and counter cultural lifestyle only hasten what's inevitable.
Sooner or later a theological or practical issue will come up and the leadership won't agree on it. Because of the disproportionate number of black-and-white thinkers in the congregation (black and white thinkers are drawn to doctrinally 'pure' churches), the issue will become fundamental. The angular personalities of the people involved will make patching over differences more difficult. Because the church is not part of a well established denomination, there will not be systems in place to help deal with the conflict.