Easter in the United States is a joyous and significant religious holiday celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the vernal equinox, typically falling between late March and late April. While rooted in Christian traditions, Easter has become a culturally diverse observance, marked by various customs and festivities. Many Americans participate in church services to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, while others engage in secular traditions such as egg decorating, Easter egg hunts, and the iconic Easter Bunny delivering candy and treats. Families often gather for festive meals, symbolizing the end of the Lenten season. Easter represents a time of spiritual reflection, rebirth, and the embracing of spring, bringing together communities to celebrate hope, renewal, and the triumph of life over death.