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Earth Connect

By Janet Lunt and Chris Sunderland

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EARTH CONNECT*.

Described as a cross between prayer and an exhibition, it is a multi-sensory, interactive, thought-provoking and educational experience for those who care about the future of our planet. It leads us to wonder at the natural world, to take responsibility for our abuse of it, and to pray for the earth and its creatures.

The charity Agora commissioned Janet Lunt to design Earth Connect two years ago in the wake of climate change. Chris Sunderland, Agora's Co-ordinator, was formerly a research scientist and has taken responsibility for the scientific dimension of the event. It has already exhibited at several Bristol churches, including Bristol Cathedral.

The Local Ecumenical Partnership of churches in Coalpit Heath and Frampton Cotterell ran it from Tuesday 16th to Thursday 18th September 2008, at St Peter's Church, Frampton Cotterell.

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