The meaning and significance of Easter can differ between different people. Easter is completely different to children who still believe in the Easter Bunny and Easter eggs. Compare this to Christians, who believe Easter is the time of year that Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. It is probably the most well-attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches.
Some children still believe in Easter Island where the Easter Bunny visits every so often as well as the idea that the Easter Bunny hides chocolate eggs around your garden. So Easter can differ to different religions and age around the world.
All these beliefs may or may not be true but we all must respect that children believe about the Easter Bunny. LIKE ME 🙂 In my opinion, I still believe in the Easter Bunny because who else would deliver eggs around my garden, certainly not my parents… 😉
Jesus resurrected from the dead three days after his crucifixion. In the Christian calendar Easter is the oldest Christian holiday and to Christians the most important day of the church year.