Keep in mind I am not a priest neither am I educated theologically.
I believe God exists in the Anglican Church, not that it shares in the fullness of the Ancient Faith, and even though in recent years it has adopted vile deviations in practice---like female and homosexual clergy. I do not understand why you do not feel God's presence, especially because of the prayer life in which you engage.
However, understanding the less complicated dogma of the Unchanged Ancient Faith of Orthodoxy, life in the Orthodox Church is brought more immediate to one, in my opinion, living daily the Church Calendar, participating in its Divine Services, including the richness of the hymnology of Orthros (Matins) and Vespers, the sacramental life, and living the church's practices and spiritual exercises, not that I've attained to a level of spirituality I could have, as yet. I always felt the presence of God in my life, probably due to how my parents taught me and my experience in the Church, but when I was age 17 and read some basic orientations to Orthodoxy books, like "The Orthodox Church" by Timothy Ware (now Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia of the Holy Archdiocese of Great Britain), and an explanation of the meaning of the Divine Liturgy by Fr. George Papadeas, both of which also awakening what I had been taught in Sunday Church School too, the depth of my faith imbued a very strong feeling for God in my life---and my life experience has proven God's love for me; I felt what it means to be "born from above" (or "born again"). I don't know how much of a difference Orthodoxy would make to you, especially because I do not know of your personal characteristics.