The following is an interesting illustration by an Eastern Orthodox priest laying out what he calls the Protestant vs. Orthodox view of Salvation. I think that is a bit broad. Some Protestant denominations don't hold to those doctrines. I actually think this is more of an Orthodox vs. Protestants-who-hold-to-doctrines-such-as-Penal-Substitutionary-Atonement. (Please note this Wikipedia article is incorrect on a couple of things; one of which is labelling Christus Victor theory as a Substitutionary Atonement doctrine, which is technically incorrect.)
That having been said, I like the illustration. While there are some more Calvinist-leaning Anglicans who might object, I think most Anglicans who hold to strong Incarnational theology would not object to the Orthodox view of Salvation as presented in this manner.
Perhaps this might make a good Sunday school or Children's Sermon illustration for you.
Food for thought.
(Hat tip: Orthodixie blog)