Federation Updates

  • Ladies Who Lunch – July

  • Susannah Heschel to Deliver Frank Memorial Lecture

      Susannah Heschel, Eli Black Professor of Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College, will deliver the seventh annual Irvin and Sharna Frank Memorial Lecture in Judaism and Contemporary Issues. Professor Heschel’s lecture is entitled “Moral Grandeur and Spiritual Audacity: The Extraordinary Life and Thought of Abraham Joshua Heschel.” The lecture will take place at the Sylvan Continue Reading

  • Living a Jewish Life

      American religious life is moving through a period of rapid change. Many people find themselves establishing families or living alone in a religious tradition different than the one from which they came. Thinking through these issues is important in the way we give meaning and value to our lives. If you are part of Continue Reading

  • Register Now – Fore Char-I-Tee Golf Tournament

    PLAYERS RECEIVE 18 Holes of golf with cart and range balls Lunch, Beverages and Awards Ceremony Guest passes in lieu of rain date First, second and third place prizes awarded to winning teams ABOUT THE JEWISH FEDERATION OF TULSA The mission of the Jewish Federation of Tulsa is to preserve and enhance Jewish life and Continue Reading

  • Thoughts about the Israel Connection

    by Shiri Achiasaf West Lately I have been confessing in various occasions: true, I have an agenda. Funny thing is that it’s not even hidden, first because whoever has known me for five minutes can probably testify that I am open with my thoughts. Second, because I am actually hired to do what I am Continue Reading

  • Highlights from the Federation

    A Jewish proverb reminds us “Do not be wise in words – be wise in deeds.” The Jewish Federation of Tulsa has been wise in deeds this past year. The Federation continues to be a cornerstone for Jewish culture and life in Tulsa. We remain true to our mission to advance and promote Jewish life Continue Reading

  • A Canine Mitzvah Tale

    Who says happy endings are only for fairy tales? (Or “tails”, as the case may be). When the following story about second chances was brought to our attention, we just had to share the difference that Jewish Federation of Tulsa executive board member Lori Frank made in a woman’s life. Dear Lori, You’re probably wondering Continue Reading

  • Israeli Shorts & A Swim

      Israeli Shorts and a Swim • Thurs., July 9 • 7 p.m. • Cool off at the pool and stay to enjoy The Best of Israeli Short Films from Ma’aleh School of Film in Jerusalem. Created in 1989 for the Modern Orthodox community’s students, the Ma’ale school is unique in its connection between the film Continue Reading

  • Fourth of July Hours – 2015

    Please note the following information regarding Fourth of July hours: The Jewish Federation of Tulsa Offices, Health & Wellness Center at the J, Camp Shalom and the Sharna & Irvin Frank Aquatics Center will be closed the following: Friday, July 3 – Closed The Health and Wellness Center: Saturday, July 4 – Open Noon – Continue Reading

  • Israel at 67

    by Shiri Achiasaf West At precisely 8 p.m. on May 14, the Israeli flag was lifted once again to high mast and the State of Israel went immediately from grief to joy, to mark 67 years since the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. On top of Mt. Herzl in Jerusalem, the annual Continue Reading