​Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry is a multi-faith organization serving the greater Tulsa Metropolitan community.  TMM was founded in 1937 as the Tulsa Council of Churches.  In the mid-1960's the Council became the first in the United States to welcome a Roman Catholic congregation into membership, as well as churches of color.

In 1971, the Tulsa Council of Churches joined with Jewish and Unitarian communities to form Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry, becoming one of the first interfaith ministries in the United States.  The Muslim community joined TMM in 1983, and a Buddhist community in 2004.

From its beginning, TMM has been a key player in helping start some of Tulsa's most far-reaching and successful programs and organizations such as:

The Tulsa's Day Center for the Homeless
Youth  Services of Tulsa
Meals on Wheels
 LIFE Senior Services
Retired Seniors and Volunteer Program

These agencies serve as symbols of TMM's continuing quest to bring Tulsans together to better serve the entire commuity.

We do not gather to downplay or disregard our religious differences.  Rather, recognizing the great religious diversity within our community, we seek to find areas of common ground, recognizing that our neighbors are better served when we join efforts.