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

To get zoom links, please contact the meeting representative in the far right column! 

Day/Time (CST)TopicLocationContact
Mondays 7:00pm Literature StudyCurrently on ZoomJennifer A

Wednesdays 12:00 PM NoonSpeaker MeetingOn ZoomKaren B
Contact Karen for Zoom Link918-760-8908
Thursdays 12:00pm NoonLiterature StudyHybrid In Person Zoom MeetingNancy V


Boston Ave Church, Room 304
1301 S. Boston Ave
Tulsa, OK
Ask at the information desk and take the elevator to the 3rd floor
Saturdays 8:30amStep StudyZoom Meeting

Sundays 4:00pmLiterature StudyPhone MeetingBarbara
PIN Number: 418457#
Mondays 6:00pmLiterature StudyHybrid Zoom and In Person
First Christian Church
411 W Mathews
Stillwater, OK
Mondays 5:00pmLiterature StudyIn PersonNancy S.
First United Methodist918-791-1037
1005 Leisure Rd., Rm#SE5
Grove, OK
Wednesday 9:00amLiterature StudyIn PersonBetty K.
Call Betty to see if a leader will be at the church214-215-8306
Cookson United Methodist Church
21685 W Cookson Bend Rd.
Cookson, OK 74427

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