Orthodox Christian believers celebrate the Vodici- Epiphany, which has been celebrated since the second century. It is associated with the baptism of Jesus Christ in the waters of the Jordan River by Saint John, who has since been called the Baptist. The holiday is also called Epiphany because of the great water blessing, which the church performs on this day.
This holiday is one of the biggest Christian holidays. It is known that it was celebrated as early as the second century of the Christian era. It is connected with the baptism of Jesus Christ by Saint John, who has been called the Baptist ever since.
The holiday is also called Epiphany, because of the great water consecration, which the Church performs on this day. The great water world is a symbol of the renewal of our sinful nature and of the entire cosmos through water and Spirit.