Christmas is celebrated all around the world and customs may vary depending on the country. In some places, Christmas remains a very religious holiday celebrated by only the Christian population. In most countries, Christmas is a nationwide holiday celebrated by Christians and non-Christians alike.
Christmas in the U.S. ranges from being a very religious day to a day of fun and giving for those who are not religious, and everything in-between. The U.S. is full of people from different religions, cultures and backgrounds that brings a diversity to the Christmas season.
Christmas is typically celebrated in the U.S. starting on Christmas eve. This is a time when people get together with friends and family for a extravagant meal. Churches also hold services on Christmas eve. Some traditions may entail opening a gift on Christmas eve, while other wait until morning.
Christmas morning is typically full of presents and gift-giving. Kids all across America wake up early to see what gifts were placed under the tree overnight.
For those who love giving, Christmas is the time of year when giving is most abundant through both gifts and donations. It is the season of giving, sharing, caring and getting together with the ones you love.