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Christmas is celebrated on the 25 December (7 January for Orthodox Christians).
Christmas is a Christian holy day that marks the birth of Jesus who Christians believe to be the Son of God.
How Christians celebrate Christmas
- The story of Jesus' birth (the nativity) is often retold by children through 'Nativity Plays'
- Church services often include carol singing - these are happy songs which tell the Christmas story.
- Some Christians start Christmas Day with a midnight communion service (midnight mass).
- The celebration of Christmas is often accompanied by the giving and receiving of presents and cards. This reminds Christians of the gift of Jesus, the son of God, beginning his earthly life.