Followers are called Christians
All about Christianity
Christians believe in God (of Abraham). They believe in prayer and the Holy Trinity, which is the " Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit." Christians celebrate Christmas which is the day Christ (Jesus) was born. They also celebrate Easter which is the day of Christ's death and resurrection. Christians must be baptized, which is their entrance into Christianity. They also must practice Holy Communion, which is the breaking of bread and wine to represent the events of the Last Supper. Christians worship in a church on Sunday and are lead in scripture from the Holy Bible by a Priest, Pastor, Reverend, Father, Minister, or Preacher. Like Judaism and Islam, Christianity believes in a monotheistic religion based on Abraham. Christians holy site is Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified, but also Bethlehem because that's where Jesus was born.
A person's introduction and path into Christianity
Christians observe the Last Supper performed by Jesus Christ which became known as the Last Supper
The holy book of Christians has an Old and New Testament