Religion is the set of beliefs and practices that expresses the idea that there is a higher power or god that has created life for a reason. Often, these ideas are expressed through rituals, liturgies, worship, education and sacraments.
The word “religion” is derived from the Latin term religio, meaning to bind or to enjoin. Religious traditions are organized into super-groups in comparative religion arranged by historical origin and mutual influence, such as the Abrahamic faiths (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) or Indian traditions (Hinduism, Buddhism).
Belief: A belief is a conviction that a divine force exists and that it has a role in human life. It may also involve a set of values and practices that are transmitted by a spiritual leader.
Ritual: The rituals and ceremonies that are associated with a religion include prayers, music, preaching, sacraments, and celebration. They are ways that people can worship and become closer to their chosen god.
Church: The church is a place where Christians meet to worship, learn and grow together. It is also where they can celebrate the fact that they are part of the body of Christ.
A Christian is someone who follows the teachings of Jesus Christ and tries to live a moral and righteous life. It means that they believe that Jesus is the Son of God and that he died on the cross for their sins and was resurrected. They also believe in the Holy Trinity, which is God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.