Operation Understanding Youth Tour
November 16, 2014
The 2014 Operation Understanding Interfaith Youth Tour will be held from 1:30 - 5:30 p.m. on Sun., Nov. 16. The annual Youth Interfaith Tour of diverse houses of worship – “Operation Understanding” – is an effort to encourage interchange, interaction, and dialogue among individuals of varying faith traditions. The Tour, which is held on a Sunday afternoon in the fall each year, has been enormously popular and successful since its inception in 1981.
Operation Understanding brings together middle school and high school students to afford them an opportunity to learn about some of the different religions in Tulsa. No proselytizing is allowed. As the group visits the houses of worship, the clergy will speak to them and answer questions. We hope this experience will help the students understand, appreciate and respect differences in religion. Attendees are not expected to participate in the worship, but are asked to respectfully observe.
2014 Tour Stops
2004 E. 22nd Pl.
Fellowship Congregational Church UCC
2900 South Harvard Ave.
Masjid Al-Salam Mosque**
4630 S. Irvington Ave.
Tam-Bao Buddhist Temple
16933 E. 21st St.
** Your cooperation is requested in dressing modestly at the Masjid Al-Salam Mosque.
Women are requested to wear long skirts or loose slacks and a head covering such as a hat or headscarf. Men and women will enter separately and be seated on the floor.
This event is free but participants must register.