Last updated July 2023 


At Chabad we are dedicated to creating a safe and happy environment for everyone. 

We follow current up-to-date guidelines, which change periodically.

If you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive, or if you are not feeling well, please do not visit at this time.

Please use hand sanitizer in the vestibule and throughout the building, and wash hands often.

Please be respectful of others' personal space.


Testing locations in Oklahoma County: 

Vaccine appointments for the state of Oklahoma:


Please take public health guidelines seriously.

CDC Centers for Disease Control / coronavirus/2019-ncov/index . html
Oklahoma County Updates
Oklahoma College Updates


As we take extra precautions to avoid contagion, it's important to strengthen those areas of our 'spiritual' health that have a direct effect on our physical health. We encourage you all to keep finding safe ways to exercise your soul. B'ezrat Hashem - with G‑d's help - we will all get through this and take lessons to heart to improve as individuals, as a community, and as a society.

The following are a number of suggestions of things that can be done to strengthen one’s 'spiritual' immunity:

Be sure that the Mezuzahs of your household are Kosher


Be sure your Tefillin are Kosher.


Woman and girls, be sure to  light Shabbat candles on Friday at sunset before Shabbat begins.


Give  extra charity on a daily basis. Have a dedicated Tzedakah box in your home. Women have a custom of giving charity before candle lighting on Friday.



Recite chapters of Psalms daily :  Suggested chapters 20, 22, 69, 150.


Acquire a letter in a Torah scroll.  For a Letter in the Childrens Torah  click here . For a Letter in the Adult Unity Torah  click here .  


Most importantly, strengthen oneself and others in the faith that:  "if one thinks good, it will be good."

Wishing everyone health, safety, and happiness!