Presented by Sacred Arts of Second and sponsored by our Fine Arts Advisory Team, we invite you to experience the beauty and ministry of art as we honor Black History Month. Representing voices from across our city, our staff, and our congregation, you’ll find moving reflections on the historic and contemporary intersection of race and religious representation through a liturgy of images. Different from a sermon, a class, or a study – art speaks to us in a unique way and in a language personal to each viewer. This exhibit is created to honor that lens through our own faith journey, knowing Christ meets us at every turn. We invite you into these reflections of joy, suffering, and hope represented by Jesus Christ in contemporary Black art.
Thank you for visiting A Face Not Hidden, a digital exhibit hosted by Second Presbyterian Church. Please be advised that this exhibit is presented under the Fair Use provisions of the U.S. Copyright Act (Section 107 of the Copyright Act) and is intended for non for profit, educational purposes and to stimulate prayer and contemplation. Second Presbyterian Church does not own the images included in this exhibit, and all credits go to its rightful owners of the images. although where so indicated the artist has generously consented to this Fair Use of the images. Second Presbyterian Church does not intend any copyright violation and intends only personal use of the images consistent with the principles of Fair Use. Please be advised that reproducing or manipulating these images in any way is prohibited. We hope you enjoy your visit!