Some April Interfaith Inspirations:
Judiasm Pesach (Passover) ~ Sundown April 3 -April 11
Jewish 8 day pilgrimage festival celebrating the Exodus from slavery to freedom.
Jain Mahavir Jayanti (Janma Kalyänak) April 4
Jain festival honoring Lord Mahavira on the founder's birthday. Shrines are visited.
Teachings are reviewed and reflected upon.
Good Friday April 3: Christian remembrance of the crucifixion of Jesus and related events.
Easter Sunday April 5: The most holy of Christian sacred days. The day commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ from his death by crucifixion. Observances include worship services beginning at sunrise, special music, feasting, and parades.
Buddhist Therevadin New Year ~ April 4-7
Festival days are spent in concentrated thought about the Buddha's birth, enlightenment and death.
Sikh Vaisakhi ~ April 14
The Vaisakhi harvest celebration in countries such as in India is an occasion of dancing, singing, music, wearing of festive garments and religious praise. The festival marks the start of the New Year in the Nanakshahi solar calendar and recognizes the Sikh religious faith.
Jain Akshaya Tritiya April 20
Akshaya Tritiya, also known as Akha Teej, is a holy day for Hindus and Jains. It falls on the third Tithi of Bright Half of the pan-Indian month of Vaishakha and one of the four most important days for Hindus. It is an auspicious day of the birthday of Lord Parasurama who is the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. On this day Veda Vyas and Lord Ganesha began to write Mahabharata.
Baha'i 1st Day Of Ridvan ~ April 21 ~ May 2
A Baha'i commemoration of the twelve day period in 1863 when Baha'u'llah
declared that he was God's messenger .
Brief definitions and dates from Huffington Post & the Interfaith Calendar by Delton Krueger ~ many, many thanks!