By: Serena Di Martino
Learning About Christianity
Christianity's followers are called christians, they believe in the Holy trinity ( God " Father ", Jesus Christ " Son ", and the Holy Spirit ). The religion was founded by Jesus Christ, himself, and the holy book is recalled " The Bible ''. Their holy city/site is Jeruslum because it holds the church of Holy Sepulchre. On Sundays, christans worship in churches and are leaded by priests or ministers. Christians often do a prayers called baptism and holy communion. Baptism is the marking of a christian into the holy church. Holy communion is when the followers share bread and wine to reprsent the body and blood of Jesus Christ. Some holy holidays/worship days are christmas and easter. Christmas is the celebration of Jesus's birthday, and is celebrated with nativitys, stories, ect. Easter is the resurrection from the dead. Eggs are a major symbol, and crosses are covered in flowers. With all their differences Christianity, Judaism, and Islam have a monotheistic god called Abraham, leading them all to life.
This is the holy book for Christianity. Its recalled the holy bible.
This is the place of worship for a christain, its called a church.
This is a cross. They believe Jesus Christ died on the cross for his people.
A priest/Minister is the worship leader for Christians.
This is one christian holiday called easter. People celebrate Jesus resurction.
The Church of Holy Sepulchre
This is the holy site for Christianity, located in Jeruslum. It is called the Church of Holy Sepulchre.