Some rituals perform by Christians are Baptisms which marks a Christians entrance into church.
Holy Communion which is sharing of bread and wine to remember Jesus's Last Supper (last meal with his followers before he was crucified)
Places of Worship, Leaders and Holy Book
- Jerusalem is believed to be the site of some of Jesus's teaching and the Last Supper.
- Bethlehem is the birthplace of Jesus.
- Nazareth is Jesus's hometown and the site of many holy places, including the Church of the Annunciation and Mary's Well
- Red Sea is where Moses parted the sea in order to escape slavery
Abraham (Hebrew), originally Abram, is the first of the three biblical patriarchs of Israel whose story is told in chapters 11 thru 25 of the Book of Genesis.
Abram was called by God to leave his father Terah's house and native land of Mesopotamia in return for a new land, family, and inheritance in Canaan, the promised land. Threats to the covenant arose – difficulties in producing an heir, the threat of bondage in Egypt, of lack of fear of God – but all were overcome and the covenant was established.