Imagine that you have brought a rucksack with you. Imagine that you put into the rucksack all the ideas you already have about matters of ecology, climate change and care of creation.
Then think about what you already know about looking after our planet and what you already do to make a difference. There will places in your journey where you can leave things you no longer want from your rucksack (dispossession) and things you can put in.
You can also write down in a notebook, journal or begin a blog entry (you can blog for free on Churches Together Connect ) to record any thoughts and ideas about what you expect from your visit.
Want to stay and explore?
From here, you have a number of pathways through the various spaces of this house. The yellow journey will take you to spaces which are word and text based and you can interact with what people are saying and discussing about the environment now.
The blue journey will take you into spaces which are focussed on bible study, prayer, worship, song and reflective story telling.
The green spaces will allow you to engage with pictures, external web and book resources, video clips and various activities, including a space for cooking and eating a meal.
The pink spaces offer suggestions for personal commitments, reflection, and following Jesus more closely. The final pink space is the space for departure where you can consider what you have learned, been surprised by, challenged by and assess how you might have changed.
You can mix and match your journey through the different spaces depending on what you would most like to explore, study or do.