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Veronica Letterman
· December 13, 2017
Thank you for allowing the Allsouls Children’s Choir to practice in your wonderful facility today!! We are very grateful. Thank you for being so welcoming!
Jeff Day
· December 14, 2017
I was once welcomed, warmly, to sit in on a service. What an awesome experience. I would love to be welcomed back again.
Jay Ramey
· January 7, 2016
Before my trip to Europe in December of 2015 where I visited several Holocaust related sites, including Auschwitz, I decided to visit this synagogue that I drive by all the time to learn a little more... about the Jewish religion and culture. I am not Jewish or religious at all. I went to the Shabbat for Everyone. Everyone was friendly and welcoming as I was feeling someone timid and out of place at first. I actually enjoyed the singing and the music so much that I would like to go back. See More
Patti McGuire-Huggins
· July 8, 2017
This is a very nice synagog I had never been inside one before.
Kathy Thomas Dodd
· February 27, 2017
The 17th Street Deli is nothing short of amazing! Thanks for inviting #OKReligionsUnited to dinner and Salon Emunah to discuss our interfaith journey to Israel. #friendsforlife
Ken Busby
· November 7, 2016
Terrific people engaged in true community service! It was an honor to be with them!
Joe White
· July 27, 2016
These people seem genuinely interested in humanity. Something we all need to try to do. I like them..
Carlinhos Gornic
· November 24, 2014
My synagogue...... My priceless and dear friends
Jim Moskowitz
January 8, 2012
when in Tulsa this is where i like to be
Jimmy
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· October 14, 2016
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Those who wish they had known Jenny better might enjoy this interview from "Voices of Oklahoma". May the memory of the righteous be for a blessing.

Brouse’s Shoe Store in Utica Square was a prominent business for many years in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Jenny Brouse was partner, buyer, and secretary/treasurer for the family-owned business from 1975 until …
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Thanks to those who have inquired about the ruined wall of our parking lot opposite the Synagogue. It would appear that a driver lost control and clipped the corner of our lot. Fortunately, the person who crashed seems to be OK. We'll get the debris gathered soon and set to work on rebuilding.

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We are relieved that justice has been done. May Khalid Jabara's memory be for a blessing to his family and our community.

He also was found guilty on misdemeanor charges of malicious intimidation and threatening an act of violence.
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There's still time to drop everything and jump out to the Synagogue tonight to hear David Owen, New Yorker writer and author of "Green Metropolis" and "Where the Water Goes." He's got a lot of important stuff to say about climate change and degradation of the planet. The event is free and no reservations are required. At the Synagogue at 7:00 p.m.

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Meet other Jewish Young Adults at Inner Circle Vodka Bar for drinks ahead of the show at 6:30 PM. We will head over to Cains around 7:30 PM for the show (starts at 8:00)! You can purchase tickets at https://www.cainsballroom.com/…/1609953-matisyahu-forest-f…/ . See you there!

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You're right. We're obsessed with the immigration issue.

NEW YORK (JTA) — During a combative news conference in early August, White House adviser Stephen Miller told reporters......
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We're fans. Take a look at Happie and Eric on Channel 8!

WWW.ERICANDHAPPIE.COMALSO ON FACEBOOK, ITUNES AND SPOTIFYWWW.TULSAFMAC.COMALSO ON FACEBOOK
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Happie Hoffman and Eric Hunker are heading to Sundance this week as part of the Tulsa delegation. Look for them on Channel 8 this coming Friday morning at 9:00 a.m. for a preview of their planned performance. Go Happie and Eric!

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Hot off the presses. As noted in the Comments section of the article, the operant word is "Oy."

Kayla Moore, the wife of failed Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, confirmed the identify of the lawyer to whom...
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Congregation B'nai Emunah added 32 new photos to the album: CookieBake 2017 and Holiday Meals for Hospice Families.
December 24, 2017

The Synagogue is popping this morning. Seventy-two beautiful trays of home-baked goods are going out the door right now to places where essential services are offered on Christmas Day. Another 25 Christmas meals will soon leave for hospice patients and their families. Seventy volunteers are giving deeply of themselves to help others. Thank you to one and all

To our friends in Tulsa and beyond, we hope that Christmas brings peace, light, and joy to every one of you and your families. We join you in celebrating the unity of all creation and the possibility of hope reborn.

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Thanks to the young women of BBYO for contributing to CookieBake 2017! It's our project to provide home-baked treats to men and women who provide essential services on Christmas Day. If you'd like to contribute treats of your own, please drop them off at the Synagogue this coming Friday or Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. Thanks for your support!

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One of the greatest versions of the Tom Lehrer classic on the web. Happy Last Night of Chanukah!

GMCLA's holiday concert is always a great way to begin the holiday season! Holiday Spectacular - Dec 15-18, 2016. Info and tickets at www.gmcla.org The Gay M...
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The Winterlight Chanukah Festival at the Synagogue - December 17, 2017

Very sweet and slightly meta. Now there's something that you don't expect in Chanukah a capella...

Video by LNC Productions info@lncproductions.com Parody Mashup of "Some Nights" by Fun, "Die Young" by Ke$ha, "Live While We're Young" by One Direction -----...
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Another important story for Chanukah. If you need a reminder about survival in dark times, this one's for you.

Tonight a menorah that began its life in Nazi Germany will be lit in Israel.
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