2000 years ago Jesus of Nazareth was crucified, and buried, on a Friday. On Sunday morning, he was resurrected. We still celebrate it - because it was a pivotal passage in human spiritual history.
One thread of New Christian thought is to be wary of rituals from church "tradition". What about Lent? Here's an interesting sermon about it.
For anyone who believes in heaven, one question stands above all the others: How can I get there? How can I be saved?
Part of the Christian message is the concept of redemption. What does it mean, to say that the Lord redeemed people?
What does the New Church teach about Easter? It's a short question, but it involves a big network of connected ideas. It can't be answered right in a sound bite, so bear with me…
What happened with the birth, life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth? Was he the Messiah, the Christ, whose coming was prophesied many times in the Old Testament?