How widespread were the charismata in the NT church? Cessationists downplay Corinth as anomalous. Charismatics counter with Rom 12:6-8, Eph 4:11, 1 Thes 5:20, and various passages in Acts.
But this seems to be a neglected passage: 1 Cor 11:16. I take it Paul is referring to the custom of head-coverings. He suggests that's universal in the NT churches. Even if his statement is hyperbolic, he must still mean it's the norm rather than the exception.
However, Paul has indexed head-coverings to women who pray and prophesy in church. By parity of argument, the scope of the charismata must be commensurate with the scope of head-coverings. If the latter are universal or the norm, so must the charismata be. That implies the charismata were pervasive in the NT church(es).
That, of course, doesn't settle the question of charismata in the post-apostolic era.