How is Easter Celebrated
Easter, also called Pascha or Resurrection Sunday, is a Christian festival and cultural holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.
The celebration of Easter is done as a way of acknowledging the death and rise of the Lord Jesus after he was killed and hanged on the cross for the sake of mankind’s sins.
Easter is mostly celebrated with Church services, festive family meals, Easter egg decoration, and gift-giving and has people observing Prayer, all-night vigil, and sunrise service.
Many churches decorate their worship spaces with Easter lilies or special liturgical banners. Some churches celebrate Holy Communion, while others observe the sacrament of baptism, which is a symbol of new life in Christ.
Easter mostly brings families together as people travel to all part of the world to observe it. The celebration of Easter is also done with eating Easter eggs made from chocolates.
What is the typical Easter cake?
The typical cake that is been cut during the Easter season happens to be the Carrot Cake. The cake is mostly glazed and frosted and comes with a very sweet and delicious taste making it the ultimate cake for the celebration of the death of Christ.