• 70% of our families are affiliated with a local synagogue or the Jewish Community Center, an affiliation rate which is double the national rate.
• Jewish education is provided through supplementary after school programs at our major synagogues and at
• Social and recreational needs are met through the Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center. The Center reaches out to our senior citizens, families, singles and youth with a variety of programming and activities including
• The Jewish
JEWISH FEDERATION OF
The Jewish Federation of Tulsa is the umbrella agency for the Tulsa Jewish community and serves as the central organization of our Jewish community...historically rooted in centuries of tradition and adapted to the patterns and practicalities of our American society.
We are the corporate body of the organized Jewish community, governed and administered by officers and a board of directors representative of the entire Jewish community and its organizations.
We serve a broad range of Jewish needs -- cultural, religious, educational, family welfare, leisure, care of the aged, and interfaith relations -- at home and abroad.
The Federation studies trends, assesses new needs, and identifies the priorities of the Jewish community. It funds local Jewish organizations and programs, operates leadership development and recruits volunteers.
The annual Campaign is a way for the Jews of Tulsa to express their concerns for Jewish life here and around the world. Campaign volunteers solicit the funds and a volunteer committee allocates the funds raised to support local and national agencies and meet the needs of Jews in
The Federation's community Shaliach is available to the entire community, offering assistance in the areas of Israeli culture, Israeli experiences for youth and adult, and Aliyah information.
The Shaliach (emissary) strengthens the connection between
1. The partnership between the
2. Tiberias-Tulsa sister cities project.
The Federation's Community Relations Committee is the instrument by which Jewish interests in public life are served. It also serves as the expression of Jewish conscience on matters of communal concern, i.e., combating anti-Semitism, promoting Jewish-Christian relations, working with the media and public officials, and assisting in developing guidelines for the role of religion in public schools.
Assists local families and individuals in crisis and helps transient Jews in trouble.
JEWISH FEDERATION FOUNDATION
Makes it possible for individuals and families to provide for the changing and special future needs of our people. Gifts to the Foundation ensure that the inevitable passage of time does not interrupt the convictions, the good deeds, and works of individuals long after they are gone.
Congregation B'nai Emunah (Conservative)
Rabbi Marc Boone Fitzerman
Rabbi Charles Sherman
Beth Torah Synagogue (Orthodox)
Rabbi Yehuda Weg
2021 E. 71 Street,
Arthur Feldman, Executive Director
• Zarrow Campus,
• Jewish Federation of
• Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center
Drew Diamond, Executive Director
Jim Jakubovitz, Executive Director
In addition to its excellent facilities,
B'nai B'rith Lodge
Jewish Women International
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