On the first day of Passover Jesus had his last meal before going to the cross with the apsostles. He told the 12 that one of them would betray him.
Jesus was arrested by the Temple guards of the Sanhedrin in the Garden of Gethsemane, shortly after the Last Supper
The night of his arrest, Jesus was charged with blasphemy, claiming to be the Son of God. He was imprisoned at Caiaphas’ palace. Next, Jesus was taken before Pilate, who was the Roman Governor, who declared, “I find no guilt in this man.” Jesus was then sent to Herod. Jesus refused to answer any questions so Herod returned Him to Pilot. In a final effort to have Jesus released, Pilate offered the prisoner Barabbas to be crucified and Jesus released but the crowds called for Barabbas to be released and Jesus to be crucified. Pilot then sentenced him to death
Jesus is forced to carry his cross up a long hill while people ridicule him. He is then nailed to the cross and is left there to die. Later he was moved to a cave tomb that had two guards stood either side of it.
Mary Magdalene, followed later by some of Jesus' disciples visited the tomb and found that the stone had been moved, and that Jesus' body had gone. Jesus himself was seen that day by Mary and the disciples, and for forty days afterwards by many people. His followers realised that God had raised Jesus from the dead.
Forty days after the resurrection, Jesus and His disciples went to Mount Olivet, near Jerusalem. There, Jesus promised His followers that they would soon receive the Holy Spirit, and He instructed them to remain in Jerusalem until the Spirit had come. Then Jesus blessed them, and as He gave the blessing, He began to ascend into heaven