Meetings in Tulsa, Claremore, Stillwater, Cookson, and Grove Oklahoma 

Day/TimeMeeting FocusLocation


 Mon 7:00 pmLiterature Study,
Speaker and recovery
chips last Mon of each month
Southern Hills Baptist Church
5590 S. Lewis
Tulsa, OK

Thurs 12:00 pm

Big Book StudyUnity Center
1830 S. Boston
Tulsa, OK 

Friday 12:00 pm

Literature Study
OA Office
4823 S. Sheridan Ste. 405
Tulsa, OK

Sat 8:30 am

Speaker/DiscussionOA Office
4823 S. Sheridan Ste. 405
Tulsa, OK


Sun 4:00 pmLiterature Study
OA Office
4823 S. Sheridan Ste. 405
Tulsa, OK
Tues 5:15 pmLiterature Study
First Christian Church
200 E. 5th St
Claremore, OK
Mon 6:00 pmLiterature Study
First Christian Church
411 W.  Matthews Ave.
Stillwater, OK *enter at back
door; room is to the right 
Danielle S.
Mon 5:00 pm
Literature Study

First United Methodist
1005 Leisure Rd., Rm#SE5
Grove, OK

Saturday 11:00 am           Literature Study                Cookson Hills                        Linda K.
                                                                               Senior Citizen Center            918-507-0319
                                                                              32035 OK-HWY-82
                                                                              Cookson, OK  74427

                                             St. Patricks Episcopal Church       
 Tuesday 6:00 pm          Literature Study          4250 W.  Houston Street                  Lori                                                                                             Broken Arrow, OK                918-855-4265
                            (enter building from front door)

Saturday Meeting Phone Conference Option
Can’t make it to Tulsa's Saturday morning OA meeting?
Attend by phone!
8:30-9:30 a.m. (Tulsa time)
Phone (712) 432-3900. When prompted enter the Conference ID 418457#.

Find meetings outside these areas

Need Printed Literature? 
OA approved literature (OA & AA books, workbooks and pamphlets) is available through  the Tulsa OA Office and through OA World Service.  You can view what OA has to offer by going to OA World Service's link for literature.   

12 Step Materials
Here are some additional materials which can assist you in working the program - just click on the one that interests you:
*If you cannot download any of the documents below, please email and request the document you need.

Lifeline Magazine 
Overeater's Anonymous international magazine.  It serves as an indispensable "meeting-on-the-go" to its members.  Since 1962 when the first issue debuted as the OA Bulletin, Lifeline has offered encouragement and hope to thousands of readers.  Tucked in a purse, a suit coat pocket or a lunch bag, Lifeline accompanies members on their "road to recovery" - ready to provide inspiration and support when needed.  To subscribe:         

Audio Resources (FREE!!!)
Cassettes tape are available for check out at the Tulsa OA office.  These tapes have speakers from past Tulsa workshops, Oklahoma summer conventions, and OA Region III convention meetings. 

You can also download speakers digitally onto your MP3 player or other device from iTunes.  iTunes is a free program that works on both PCs and Macs.  You will need this program to download OA podcasts:

Here is a list of groups that produce free OA podcasts on iTunes:


Download podcasts from the Los Angeles OA Intergroup's Speakers website.