This is a great "counter culture" comic from 1973, which had insights into Scientology that were way ahead of its time, and it was funny also.
Jesus Christ shows up at Hippie Hill at Haight Ashbury, San Francisco in 1967, during the "summer of love":
Jesus is at bottom left.
The above is the only frame from the comic that I could find on the Net.
Jesus Christ arrives at "Hippie Hill" in San Francisco.
Eventually, Jesus, after being "disseminated to" by an always smiling, cute, female "trained Smartologist," who tells him that he has sex problems and Scientology can help him with that, joins staff.
Jesus ends up cleaning toilets in the Org, and worries that he'd better not think any critical thoughts about his undignified duties, lest he drop to a lower level of awareness.
If anyone can locate this complete comic - and perhaps scan it - it would be much appreciated. It was called "All-God comics."
It's a gem.
This hard to read frame that matches your description is all that I could find so far:
"There is precious little of Willy Murphy’s work, because like many underground cartoonists, he lived the life. Such was the Faustian deal of the era. A talent like Murphy’s does not form in a vacuum. He was as incisive and brilliant as his contemporaries because like them, he was paying full attention."
Always on the look out for this great comic.