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


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

Tulsa OA Phone Meetings!! 

The conference line phone number is: (712) 432-3900 
and the PIN number is: 418457#

This line is being used by the:
 Saturday 8:30a group
Thursday noon group
Monday night 5:30p group in Stillwater. 
Monday night 7:00p group in Tulsa.

(It can be used by any group in the Tulsa Green Country Intergroup.)

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#.

Day/Time (CST)TopicLocationContact
Mondays 7:00pmLiterature StudyHybrid Meeting- in person AND on Zoom
Contact chair for Zoom linkSally 918-430-8922
Second Floor
Southern Hills Baptist Church
5590 S. Lewis
Tulsa, OK
Thursdays 12:00pm NoonLiterature StudyZoom Meeting
Contact chair for Zoom linkSally 918-430-8922
Unity Center
1830 S. Boston
Tulsa, OK
Saturdays 8:30amBig Book StudyZoom Meeting
Contact chair for Zoom linkSally 918-430-8922
OA Office
4823 S. Sheridan Ste. 405
Tulsa, OK
Sundays 4:00pmLiterature StudyZoom Meeting
Contact chair for Zoom linkBarbara 918-510-9452
OA Office
4823 S. Sheridan Ste. 405
Tulsa, OK
Mondays 6:00pmLiterature StudyHybrid Meeting- in person AND on Zoom
Contact chair for Zoom link
First Christian ChurchDanielle 405-762-1666
411 W Mathews
Stillwater, OK
Mondays 5:00pmLiterature StudyZoom MeetingNancy S. 918-791-1037
Contact chair for more information
First United Methodist
1005 Leisure Rd., Rm#SE5
Grove, OK
Tuesdays 6:00pmLiterature StudyFirst Methodist ChurchBetty K. 214-215-8306
300 West Delaware St.
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Take elevator to 3rd Floor.
Wednesdays 12:00pm NoonSpeaker MeetingZoom Meeting
Contact Chair for Zoom Link
Karen B. 918-760-8908


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.   

Free OA Podcasts! 

Here is a list of groups that produce free OA podcasts wherever you get your podcasts: 

OR

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

      

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