Teen Trialogue

The annual Teen Trialogue series is an effort to encourage interaction and dialogue among Christians, Jews, Muslims, and often persons of other faith traditions as well. The three-session series has been enormously popular and successful since its inception in 1983 and provides an opportunity for high school students from the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim faith traditions (and sometimes others) to discuss and learn about their own faith traditions while simultaneously exploring others. It fosters a strengthening of each participant’s chosen faith, a better understanding of other faiths, and cross-cultural and inter-religious friendships.

Teen Trialogue participants have said:

“I liked gaining knowledge about other faiths.”
“I liked meeting new people.”
“I enjoyed experiencing different cultures and such.”
“I really liked trying different foods.”
“I enjoyed discussing faith with random groups.”
“I liked being able to share personal experiences.”
“I liked getting to know the different holidays of various religions.”


2018 Teen Triologue Series: Friend or Foe

January 17: Technology & Social Media

Peace Academy 

4620 S Irvington Ave, Tulsa

January 24: Spiritual Wellbeing 

Boston Avenue United Methodist Church 

1301 S Boston Avenue, Tulsa 

January 31: What Have You Done For Me Lately? 

Temple Israel

2004 E 22nd Place, Tulsa

February 7: Service Project

Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma 

1304 N Kenosha Ave, Tulsa 

*All sessions are from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

Teen Trialogue is free and open to the public, but space is limited and registration is required. Adult advisors must register participants by January 14 to srana@occjok.org. A vegetarian dinner is provided prior to each session. 

For more information, contact Sarah Rana at (918) 583-1361 or srana@occjok.org. 

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