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Why Do We Celebrate Easter?

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Easter, also called Resurrection Sunday, is the holiday in which the resurrection of Jesus Christ is commemorated. In the Christian faith, founded from the books of the gospels, the son of God named Jesus Christ gives witness that He rose from the dead three days after he was crucified.

This holiday is celebrated annually and has great religious significance and value since the act of resurgence of Jesus established him as the son of God and was one more demonstration of God’s power and justice on earth.

Charlotte and Danna hide eggs across Elizabethtown to celebrate Easter. Watch the video and find an egg. 

Christians use eggs as a representative symbol of Easter since they are considered the sample of a new life, which from the Christian perspective is the resurrection of Jesus.

Our office will be closed on Monday, April 5, 2021, in observance of this holiday.

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