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Religion and Spirituality in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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From Christianity to Islam to Buddhism to Judaism to Sikhism and more, what religious communities exist in Tulsa? Here's what three local experts had to say about religion and spirituality in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Tulsa, OK is not what you think. It’s the 2nd largest city in Oklahoma. It’s a thriving city with small city hospitality. It’s in the so-called Bible Belt and yet is both liberal and conservative. A truly great city to live in and visit.

Beverly, says: 2023

When moving to Tulsa, one should keep in mind that it is uniquely diverse for the region. While dangerously close to the “bible belt” of the United States, some may find it a shock to find a wide variety of hedonistic activities openly displayed among the many churches and sites for religious gatherings. Cannabis dispensaries, sex shops, strip clubs, and smoke shops make up an immense and integral part of Tulsa’s economy; despite city officials passing a law to allow the sells of liquor on Sunday, only a mere two months ago. It’s not recommended for anyone who enjoys fine dining or fresh food, as there is a severe shortage of both.

Samuel, says: 2020

The great city I reside in which is Tulsa, Oklahoma, is also set in Tulsa County. If you are moving to Tulsa, just know the stereotypes are not completely accurate. Religion is a big thing here, but college football seems to be much bigger. However, “Sooner” is just a made up word.

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