Jesus Christ is the messiah for Christianity, who is also the son of God. Christianity shares the belief that there is only one God, taken from Judaism. Jews were the first Christians due to their believes of Jesus.
Easter is Christianity's most important holiday, which signifies the resurrection of Jesus from his crucifixion.
"Interpretations of the Bible and the practices of each church vary by denomination, but the belief in one God and Jesus as the Messiah is central to all Christians," (CNN).