ABOUT Temple Israel

We are so happy you could join us. Temple Israel is, and has been for 100 years, the place in Tulsa where Reform Jews can gather to explore and enrich our Jewish identity. Temple Israel is affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism. We are a diverse and inclusive community.

We are a congregation of 375 families and are active participants in Jewish traditions and innovations. We value and embrace: dynamic programming, prayer and spirituality, life-long learning and study, meaningful life-cycle occasions, community connections across the generations, social justice and civic responsibility.

The Temple Israel Family looks forward to warmly welcoming you!



Shabbat Services This Week:

Friday, February 12 | 6:30 p.m.
Picnic at 5:45 p.m.
Bring your own dinner or RSVP to the office or reservations@templetulsa.com by 2/10 for pizza and salad. Drinks and utensils are provided. We’ll begin with Shabbat blessings at 5:45.  
Shabbat in the Round Service at 6:30 p.m. 
(A relaxed, participatory service in the Convocation Center; come add your voice!)

Sunday, February 14 | 7:00 p.m.
The 15th Marcia Jankowsky Memorial Cantorial Concert
Coffeehouse Cantors sing “Songs of Love”
Plan to join us on Sunday, February 14, at 7:00 p.m., as the Coffeehouse Cantors present “Shirei Ahava: Songs of Love,” an evening of favorites, classics and standards from the Jewish tradition and the Great American Songbook. Performing cabaret-style, we Coffeehouse Cantors accompany each other and sing in vocal harmonies reminiscent of Greenwich Village in the ‘60s and American folk rock of the past fifty years. This year the concert will feature Cantor Faith Steinsnyder, Cantor David Perper (Faith’s husband!), Cantor Jordan Franzel, and Cantor Dana Anesi. They will be joined by special guests Jenny Labow and Eliot Glaser. 


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