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R.E Christianity

If you are asked to draw a picture of a church building, it might look something like this:

Churches, in fact, come in lots of different shapes and sizes. These are the two cathedrals in the city of Liverpool.


Because of the way they have been built, inside might look different too, but in all Christian church buildings, there will be common symbols.

Christian Symbols

We know as a Right's Respecting School that we are free to believe what we want. Article 14 states:

Every child has the right to think and believe what they want and practice their religion, as long as they are not stopping other people from enjoying their rights.


We know that we don't all think the same thoughts or share the same opinions, but that's what makes us special.

Just like church buildings don't have to look the same, Christian beliefs and practices might not be exactly the same- and that's OK!! These symbols show us that Christians believe their religion teaches them about love, hope and peace amongst other things.


Why do you think it is important for some Christians to come toghether in churches to say prayers and take part in worship?


If you are at home, email your answer to your teacher.