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Announcing our 2021 Youth interfaith gathering: Reconciling the Past and Moving Forward Together

Students in grades 6-12 are invited to join us on Sunday, February 21, from 1-2 p.m. for an exploration of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and the role of the faith community in this event. Carlos Moreno, a local author and historian, will be the speaker for this event. 

This event is free to attend but pre-registration is required by Friday, February 19. We welcome groups from faith, non-faith and spiritual communities, as well as individual registrations. Register here

For questions, contact Sandi Cox, Director of Communication at scox@occjok.org. 


About the 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.”
“I liked being able to share personal experiences.”
“I liked getting to know the different holidays of various religions.”