Federation Updates

  • Special One Night Only Concert: Idan Raichel Project

    Please join us for a special, one night performance of The Idan Raichel Project, a multi-ethnic tour de force that changed the face of Israeli popular music. The Project enchants audiences with entrancing fusions sung in Hebrew, Arabic and the Ethiopian languages of Amharic and Tigrit. Their latest album, Quarter To Six, has garnered international Continue Reading

  • When the Synagogues Burned: Making Sense of Kristallnacht

    On Kristallnacht, November 9, 1938, the Nazis destroyed hundreds of synagogues and Jewish-owned businesses in an unprecedented explosion of violence. But what did Kristallnacht mean to those who witnessed it? How did the victims, bystanders, and perpetrators understand the event, and how should we view it today? Jay Geller is the Samuel Rosenthal Professor of Continue Reading

  • Sukkot Closing – 2014

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa and the Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center will close at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 8 in observance of Sukkot. We will resume regular operating hours on Saturday, October 11. The Health and Wellness Center will be open Friday, October 10 from Noon – 5:00 p.m. Entry to the fitness Continue Reading

  • Yom Kippur Closing – 5775

      The Jewish Federation of Tulsa and the Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center will close at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 3, 2014 in observance of Yom Kippur. We will resume regular operating hours on Sunday. October 5.

  • Trains – Book Discussion

    Trains is the haunting and insightful memoir of hidden child Miriam Winter, who survived the Holocaust by pretending to be a Catholic in World War II Poland. Winter continued to hide her Jewish identity for two decades while living under Communism before finally telling the truth about her extraordinary life. Complimentary pizza provided.  RSVP by Dec Continue Reading

  • Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival

    The first ever Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival (OJFF) makes its debut Sunday, October 19-Thursday, October 23. Conceived as a partnership between Circle Cinema, the Jewish Federation of Tulsa, and The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, the OJFF is a five-day celebration of Jewish Film. “Our goal for the first ever Oklahoma Jewish Film Festival Continue Reading

  • Route 66 Celebrates Israel at 66

      Come join this free, community-wide, family celebration tracing the connection of our iconic highway all the way to Israel! Author, noted Route 66 historian, and biographer Michael Wallis will share some history of the “Mother Road” and how in Israel’s 66th year as a nation, the love and lore of Route 66 has traveled Continue Reading

  • Rosh Hashanah Hours – 2014

    Please note the following information regarding Rosh Hashanah : The Jewish Federation of Tulsa Offices & The Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center will be closed the following: Wednesday, September 24 – Close at 5:00 p.m. Thursday, September 25– Closed Friday, September 26, – Closed

  • Young People Love Downtown Tulsa

    The Tulsa World recently published an article about how to recruit and retain young professionals. Read the full article here

  • Get Your Flu Shot at the J

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa wants to ensure that our community stays healthy this flu season. The Visiting Nurse Association will once again be at our facility to make it easy and convenient to get a flu shot. No appointment necessary. Flu shots are $25 and pneumonia shots are $85. Questions? Contact Mindy Prescott at Continue Reading