We believe in the one and only Jesus Christ


Church is where we worship our God. Christians are the followers of Christianity. Our worship days are Sundays, Saturdays and Wednesdays. We believe in one God (Christ). We believe in the Holy Trinity and salvation through believing in God. We use baptism and the Lord Supper as symbols of our salvation.


We pray to communicate with our God. We can tell Him about things that are going on in our life. We can ask God about anything and He will listen. We have not other gods, but God.


Traditions, Holy days, Holy songs

Easter, Christmas and Baptism

Easter is always on a Sunday in the Spring. We celebrate the resurrection of Jesus after he

was killed on the cross. Christmas is the birthday of Jesus in Bethlehem. We celebrate on the 25th of December. Baptism and the Lord Supper are sacraments/traditions we observe.


The site where Jesus was born. Joseph and Mary traveled to Bethlehem to pay taxes. While there, Jesus was born in a stable. The angels sang at his birth, shepherds came to visit, and three wise men followed the star to bring presents for the newborn.
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Common figure to Christianity, Judaism and Islam

God, Abraham and the prophets were common figures in all three religions.

View of God to Christianity, Judaism and Islam

All three religions believe in one God. They may have different names for their one God, but He remains as only one.
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