Yes. Unfortunately, few Christians would agree to join it or abide by the rules governing it. Imagine spending time in a service WORSHIPPING God! Learning the Bible! Studying the savior and what it means to serve him. Focusing on the joy found in obeying god.
I hate to say this, but the vast majority of Christians either want to be entertained (see mega churches) or they want God to be a money-maker. They don't want to hear about hell or damnation. Don't want to hear about obeying God. Don't want to understand that faith without works is dead. Don't want to hear that Jesus and his followers advocated a kind of communism where the church takes care of thier own, without the government!
No, the modern church wants to argue with each other in their pursuit of the almighty dollar. People want services that are less than 45 minutes and uplifting. Kids want prizes and rewards for attending. And nobody wants to think deeply about what they believe in or why they call themselves 'christians'.
It's the last days, for sure.