The Faces of Jesus exhibit runs at Abbotsford’s Columbia Bible College until Feb. 8. (Joshua Watkins/Black Press)

VIDEO: Faces of Jesus exhibit in Abbotsford

Free collection at Columbia Bible College running until Feb. 8

There’s only about one month left for Abbotsford residents to take in the Faces of Jesus exhibit at Columbia Bible College.

The exhibit, created by The Metzger Collection, features images of Jesus from multiple approaches: historical Jesus (including the Shroud of Turin, a forensic reconstruction, and the veil of veronica), cross-cultural perspectives (white Jesus, black Jesus, Asian Jesus, and more), and theological themes through art history and today (powerful, diverse, comical, and challenging).

The free event opened inside the basement level of CBC’s Resource Centre on Aug. 30 and runs until Feb. 8.

Viewing hours are every Wednesday, Friday and second Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Appointment viewings are also available but must be arranged with the exhibitors.

Video by: Joshua Watkins/Black Press

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