Jewish Tulsa

The Jewish community thrives here in Tulsa!  We hope you appreciate the warm welcome, excellent family environment and content that we have to offer.

Click here for information about joining Temple Israel.

Temple Israel has been for over 99 years, one place in Tulsa where Reform Jews can gather to explore and enrich their Jewish identity.  Ours is a multi-generational congregation with active participants in Temple traditions and innovations. Our 375 families savor the warmth and beauty of Jewish rituals, and are energized by dynamic new concepts in: programming, life-long learning, life-cycle events, social activities and community responsibility.


The Jewish Federation of Tulsa is an organization that represents all Jewish movements and provides educational, social and community relations functions. Operating a large “campus” facility, The Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center consists of an assembly location for meetings, a fully equipped health club and recreation center.


Mizel Jewish Community Day School is the only Jewish community school in Oklahoma.  It is a top-rated Jewish primary school on the Zarrow campus in the Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center.


Israel Education is a strong focus of the Tulsa Jewish Community.  Contact our Israeli Shaliach, Shiri Achiasaf West at

The Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art is one of the largest collections of Jewish art and history in the southwest. Displays include the NCJW Holocaust Exhibit, Jewish historical and lifecycle exhibits, and the Prairie Landsmen Exhibit which highlights Jewish life in Oklahoma. The Sherwin Miller Museum is also the home of the Oklahoma Jewish Archive.


The Tulsa Jewish Retirement and Health Care Center is a modern facility includes 60 units of independent and assisted living plus a separate 50 bed long-term care unit. Tulsa has a very notable focus on the aging population, and by being one of the top rated institutions of its kind in the region says it all about the quality you can expect at TJR&HCC.