Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City: The Federation's mission is to support Jewish living, learning, and welfare in the greater Oklahoma City Jewish community; to support Jewish communities throughout the United States, Israel, and the world; and to foster understanding and cooperation between the Jewish community and the community-at-large.
Schusterman Center For Judaic and Israel Studies: The Schusterman Center for Judaic and Israel Studies at OU offers an exceptionally wide variety of courses including Jewish history in all periods and places, Hebrew Language and Literature at all levels, the Bible and Its Interpretation, Israel Studies, the Holocaust/Genocide, Jewish Literature in translation, as well as anthropological, sociological, and political perspectives on the Jewish experience. With five core tenured/tenure-track faculty, two core faculty in Hebrew, and fifteen affiliated faculty (whose main area of research lies elsewhere, but offer courses with Judaic content) the University of Oklahoma fields the most comprehensive faculty/set of classes in the region (not state, region).
Chabad Community Center For Jewish Life And Learning:
Chabad of Greater Oklahoma City – a branch of the worldwide Chabad Lubavitch movement, founded by the Rebbe, of righteous memory – is a community that welcomes people of diverse Jewish backgrounds and all ages. Their vibrant center provides educational opportunities and social services in an inclusive non-judgmental environment.
Temple B’nai Israel: TBI was founded in 1903, continues to be the thriving center of Reform Judaism in Central Oklahoma. They are an inclusive, diverse congregation, welcoming all who wish to worship, study, and develop cultural and social ties through the practice of Reform Judaism. Their website is designed to provide you with information about our religious, educational, and social programs.
Emanuel Synagogue: Emanuel Synagogue is a proud member of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. However, the synagogue welcomes Jews of many different backgrounds and practices who enjoy traditionally styled egalitarian services. Emanuel is a small boutique shul located in the heart of some of Oklahoma City’s most beautiful and historic neighborhoods. Emanuel builds community through individual growth and participation.
Oklahoma Israel Exchange (OKIE): Coordinates activities between the state of Oklahoma and the state of Israel by facilitating projects, developing networks that promote partnerships, and serving to foster goodwill between two unique cultures.
The Jewish Federation of Tulsa: Is dedicated to the promotion and advancement of Jewish educational, cultural, social, philanthropic, and religious interests and to raise and distribute funds to the accomplishment of such ends. The mission of the Jewish Federation of Tulsa is to foster a sense of Klal Yisrael, perpetuate the appreciation of Jewish heritage and the virtue of Tzedakah, and to strive for the highest quality of Jewish life locally, in Israel, and throughout the world.
The Jewish Theatre of Oklahoma: Their mission is to explore the rich social, cultural and spiritual heritage of the Jewish People through theater-going experiences. They seek to illuminate our cultural heritage through exploring Jewish themes and giving voice to Jewish playwrights and ideas. Through performances and discussion, they hope to strengthen our Jewish community and its ties to the broader multicultural community. In some small way, through entertainment and education, they can help to stem the rising tide of anti-Semitism.