Brynn Amacher: Period 1
Christianity is a religion whose followers are called Christians. Christians believe that Jesus, God's son, suffered, died, was burried, and rose from the dead to open heaven for people who trust him. Their place of worship is a church, and their worship leader is called a priest/bishop. The holy book is called a Bible. The Christianity symbol is a cross. Something that Jews, Muslims, and Christians have in common is that they are called Abrahamic religions, because they have history based on Abraham and the Hebrew Bible.
The Christianity religion has a holiday called Christmas. Christians celebrate Christmas because Christmas, December 25th, is when Jesus was born. They also celebrate Easter, the day they believe he rose from the dead. They worship on Sunday.
The picture above shows a bible, the Christianity holy book.
A priest is the worship leader of Christians.
The Christianity place of worship is called a church.