Federation Updates

  • Learn, Travel, Taste: Women’s Mission to Israel

    by Shiri Achiasaf West There is something about a group of women doing things together as a group. I never thought my role was to lead missions to Israel, but somehow I suppose that after you teach and talk about Israel so passionately, it does create a desire to go and see the land firsthand. Continue Reading

  • Israel Independence Day

    by Rabbi Charles P. Sherman When we say the word “Israel” the first thing that usually comes to peoples’ minds is the Jewish State. Actually the name of the modern State of Israel was not a given. When putting together the Declaration of Independence of the new country, the founders debated what would be an Continue Reading

  • Midrasha Teens Travel to New York

    By Jenn Selco and Danny Kraft Over spring break, 18 Jewish teens from Tulsa, Oklahoma headed east for a Midrasha travel experience to New York City, with the goal of learning about the early American experience that three million Jews had between January 1882 and November 1954. Prior to the trip we learned about the Continue Reading

  • A United Effort

    by Heather Lewin, Director of Development and Community Relations At this time of growing unrest and uncertainty in our world, it is comforting to remind ourselves that a single positive action from one individual can have a ripple effect. You have the power to Do good everywhere. From anywhere. And because we are all in Continue Reading

  • Men’s Club – May 25

  • Men’s Club – May 11

  • Ladies Who Lunch – May 2016

  • Yom Ha’Atzmaut – 2016

    Yom Ha’atzmaut Celebration • Wed., May 11 • 6 p.m. • Join us at the Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center to celebrate Israel Independence #68. This special evening includes a scrumptious Israeli dinner and special performance by Synopsis Israeli Dancing Group from Tiberias. Adults/$8, Children 12 & Under/$6. RSVP to Debbie at 918.495.1100.

  • Yom Hazikaron – 2016

      Yom Ha’Zikaron • Tue., May 10 • 7 p.m. • Join us for Israel’s Remembrance Day for the fallen soldiers and victims of terror. Following the ceremony, will be shira be’tsibur, an Israeli sing-along for the fallen soldiers. For questions about this event, contact Shiri at 918.495.1100.

  • 2016 Interfaith Holocaust Commemoration to present “Close to Evil,” featuring Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental

      In 1944, 9-year-old Tomi Reichental was deported from his native Slovakia to the notorious Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. After the war, he eventually settled in Ireland, where he married, had a family and never spoke of his ordeal. Since breaking his silence, Reichental has come close to evil in the form of one of his Continue Reading

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