The Followers Are Called Christians
Christians believe that God is the father, the son, and the holy spirit. This is called The Holy Trinity. They also believe that Jesus is the son of God and that he was crucified on the cross which washed our sins away. A few traditions of Christians are prayer and Communion. Christians worship at a building called a church. The man or women that teaches Jesus' declarations is called a pastor. Also, there is usually a worship leader that leads the congregation in worshiping God through song. The holy book of Christians is called The Bible. This is a book that states all of God's miracles, teachings, and commandments. A few of the holidays of Christians are Christmas and Easter. These celebrate Jesus' birth, death, and resurrection. A holy place for Christians is Bethlehem because this is where Jesus was born. In Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, the common figure is Abraham. Also, all three religions believe that there is only one God, which is called monotheism.
This is the place of worship for Christians.
This is a man or women that teaches God's word to Christians.
This is the symbol for Christians that represents Jesus' death and resurrection.
This is a tradition for Christians. You eat bread and drink wine or grape juice to symbolize Jesus' skin and blood that he shed for us.
This is the holy book that Christians read.
This is the site where Jesus was born.