Followers are known as Christians
Learn about Christianity!
Christians believe in the Holy Trinity, that The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit are one God. They believe in damnation and salvation. Christians pray to God and ask Him for forgiveness of their sins and accept His Son Jesus Christ as their Savior. Church is where Christians worship, usually on Sundays where they are taught lessons from the Holy Bible by teachers called Pastor, Priest, Minister, Preacher, Reverend or Father. Baptism is a ritual meant to cleanse sins away and enter into Christianity. At Church they take Communion every month, which is bread and wine like the last supper. They celebrate the Birth of Christ on Christmas Day and the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday. Like Islam and Judaism, Christians are monotheists which means we believe in only one God, Abraham.
The church is the Christian place of worship. Churches can be anything from a small building to a vast cathedral.
A minister is church leader who gives the sermon, a religious speech, at church.
This is the lasting symbol of Christianity.
Baptism marks entry to Christianity.
Communion represents the last supper.
The Bible includes Gospels which are accounts of the life and teachings of Jesus.