By: Melanie McGuire
Followers are called Christians. Some Christian Places of Worship are Churchs,Chapels, and Cathedrals. Baptism is a Sacrament that involves the use of water to mark a person´s entry into the Christian Church.The Bible is a book that Christians use to learn Gods teachings."Easter" is a celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ coming to life again and "Christmas" is a celebration of Jesus's birth. Worship Leaders in a Church are sometimes called Priests, or Ministers. Christians "Sabbath Day" is on Sundays. Holy Communion is when they celebrate the body and the blood.For Christians, Jerusalem’s holy sites include the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (the site of Jesus’s crucifixion). The Holy Trinity is sometimes known as the Father, Son-Jesus Christ, Holy Spirit. Jesus was kind of like one of Gods Preachers that told anyone and everyone Gods teachings and about him.
A Priest or a Minister who is the Worship Leader.
Places of worship
Churchs,Chapels, and Cathedrals are places where christian people can worship to God.
The Christian Symbol representing Christ The Lord is a Cross.
The Bible is where Christians read from God´s teachings.
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is the site of Jesus´s Crucifixion is in the city of Jerusalem.
Baptism marks a Christian’s entrance into church.
Another Religious figure that is common to all three religions is Abraham. A common view about God to all three religions is Monotheism which means one belief in one God.