5781 High Holy Day Services

 

The leadership and staff of the Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City wish you and yours a wonderful start to the New Year. As we all begin to prepare for the year 5781, we wanted to share details about the different High Holy Day worship and program opportunities being offered throughout our community. Please see details here and reach out to the congregations directly for more information. Shanah Tovah!

 

Jewish Federation Office During the Pandemic

 

The Jewish Federation office is currently closed. In order to help keep community and staff members safe, we will not host any in-person meetings or programs until it is safe to do so. Staff members are working remotely (all staff members have access to their email accounts and voicemail). Staff members continue to be available to our community members via phone calls, video calls and emails.

 

This is the right decision, but it is a painful decision because our Jewish Federation's job is to design and implement meaningful ways to bring our community together. We hope this challenging time is behind all of us soon and that we will be able to be together again for celebration, study and worship.

 

We will get through these challenging days TOGETHER - please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you are need of assistance.


Bob Weiss, President
Roberta S. Clark, Executive Director

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Welcome to the Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City

 

Our 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.

Shabbat Times for Oklahoma City

Be sure to reach out to our community organizations to learn more about when they hold Shabbat and other holiday services. Contact information for all Jewish organizations can be found in the Community Directory under "Community" on the navigation bar.