Easter Sunday!

So it’s Easter Sunday! Christians worldwide celebrate this day as the day of Jesus Christ’s resurrection, which is written in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. The name “Easter” is believed to come from Eostara, the goddess of rebirth. During the early times the Feast of Eostara celebrated the earth’s resurrection and rebirth.

Many churches will decorate their worship spaces with Easter lillies or special liturgical banners. However, some churches celebrate Holy Communion, while others observe the sacrament of baptism, which is a symbol of new life in Christ.

Ester egg hunts and egg rolling are two popular egg related traditions. As Ester approaches, people across the globe hardboil eggs and dye them brilliant colors. The tradition of decorating eggs as part of celebration of Easter goes back some time, but with different meanings. There are lots of stories and legends ties to this long held customs.

Did you know? The largest Easter egg ever made was over 20ft high and weight over 8,000 pounds. It was built out of chocolate and marshmallow support by internal steel frame.

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