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Bethlehem Reborn: The Wonders of the Church of the Nativity

November 6, 2023 – May 15, 2024

Built over the traditional birthplace of Jesus, the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem has survived for nearly 1,700 years. This exhibit highlights the history and the recent “rebirth” of the church after years of restorative renovations. Come discover the place where Christmas began.

Ecce Homo: Behold the Man

February 14 – May 15, 2024

Moments before the crucifixion, the Roman ruler Pontius Pilate brings Jesus out in a crown of thorns and says before the angry crowd, “Behold the man!”—later translated in Latin as “Ecce Homo.” This impactful moment in the Bible has been a source of inspiration for artists across centuries. This Easter, come see how 21 artists have captured this moment of the passion and portrayed the suffering Jesus experienced as he stood trial.

Hope amidst Despair: The Prophets by Jacob Barosin

March 15 – August 18, 2024

During the Holocaust, the Jewish artist Jacob Barosin hid in the upper floor of a schoolhouse to avoid detection. While in hiding, Barosin and his wife, Sonia, used the Bible as a source of hope, reading from it every day for nearly a year. As he read from the Bible, he became inspired by the stories of the prophets of Israel, who preached hope at times of great despair, offering the promise of being saved and preserved by the Lord. Later in life, Jacob Barosin created a series of 18 life-size paintings of the prophets, which are the focus of this exhibition.

See our past exhibitions.