You asked: Do Orthodox Christians use Christmas trees?

What religion doesn’t believe in Christmas trees?

Jehovah’s Witness

This religious organisation is one of the biggest group of Christmas-shunners.

When should an Orthodox Christmas tree be taken down?

Catholic, Episcopal and Orthodox priests answer. Many churches don’t take down their Christmas decorations until the Sunday after Epiphany, which is on Jan. 6. According to the traditional Christian calendar, tonight marks ”Twelfth Night,” or the Eve of Epiphany, the end of the 12 days of Christmas.

Do Orthodox Christians use Christmas trees?

But Orthodoxy has a very different view on Christmas trees. The Christmas tree is derived, not from the pagan yule tree, but from the paradise tree adorned with apples on December 24/January 7 in honor of Adam and Eve. Hence the Orthodox Church considers the Christmas tree completely biblical in origin.

Why Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t celebrate Christmas?

Witnesses do not celebrate Christmas or Easter because they believe that these festivals are based on (or massively contaminated by) pagan customs and religions. They point out that Jesus did not ask his followers to mark his birthday.

Why dont Adventist celebrate Christmas?

Seventh-day Adventists do not go to church on Christmas. It is simply another day of the week. They don’t awake from their slumber to have an early church service as other denominations do.

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When should I take down my nativity scene?

According to the traditional Christian calendar, Jan. 5 marks ”Twelfth Night,” or the Eve of Epiphany, the end of the 12 days of Christmas. Epiphany Eve is the traditional time to take down Christmas greenery.