This diverse group meets monthly for a spirited discussion on a wide range of topics from three Abrahamic faith and non-Abrahamic faith backgrounds and perspectives. Established in 1991, the objective is to progress far beyond tolerance and cultivate an understanding of how Jews, Christians and Muslims think, act and live. The meetings are casual, collegial and open to all who want to know more about each other’s religion.
Our Study Group has adopted a set of guidelines and requirements for discussion that emphasize personal perspectives based on our core beliefs. We strive to pay close attention to one another, avoid argument and stress understanding. Without exception, we leave each meeting having learned valuable historical facts, fundamental beliefs and personal opinions for the participants.
We look forward to many meaningful discussions and hope you join us. Contact one of the co-chairs below to request joining the group, and find out information about meeting locations, here. Special thanks to OU-Tulsa for hosting the Jewish Christian Study Group meetings.

For more information and to request joining the group, please contact:

For more information and to request joining the group, please contact:
Jewish Co-Chair: Mark Lobo (marklobo@cox.net)
Christian Co-Chair: Guy Langston (revguyo@cox.net)
Muslim Co-Chair: Samina Khan(samshah75@hotmail.com)
OCCJ Staff (info@occjok.org)