on 2023-04-16 (3 weeks from now)
Orthodox Easter (also known as Pascha) is the most important annual festival for Orthodox Christians in the United States. It celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ and is marked with fasting, prayer, and special liturgies. It is traditionally celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the vernal equinox. Orthodox Christians in the United States will typically attend services and partake in a festive meal with family. The meal will often include lamb, which is a traditional symbol of the resurrection.
How to recognize Orthodox Easter at work?