Puritan Board Junior
It is not my experience that most Protestants have only two Holy Days in addition to the Lord's Day.It's good anyway that the Reformation seems to have reduced the Church Calendar in the hearts and minds of Protestants of most persuaisions to only two days in the year - Christmas and Easter.
Can you think of any other "problem days"? That would be a subject for another thread.
Maundy Thursday and Good Friday are widely celebrated.
Actually I think many Protestants now celebrate Pentecost Sunday for all of the wrong reasons.
When I was growing up the only Protestants to celebrate Advent and Lent were Lutherans and Episcopalians. Now these penitential seasons are commonly celebrated by liberal Methodists and liberal Presbyterians.
Around me I have started to see SBC churches beginning to adopt Ash Wednesday and Lenten services.
And they say some of us are too careful about Christmas and other issues. To what else will this lead? A little leaven leavens the whole lump.