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Celebrating 25 Years

Join us for our multi-concert series celebrating our 25th anniversary! 


  • Spring Fling
    Sat, Apr 22
    Fellowship Congregational UCC
    Apr 22, 8:00 PM
    Fellowship Congregational UCC, 2900 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74114, USA
    One night cabaret performance featuring songs of love and youth.
  • Summer Love
    Multiple Dates
    Fri, Jun 09
    Fellowship Congregational UCC
    Jun 09, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM
    Fellowship Congregational UCC, 2900 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74114, USA
    Summer Love brings many thoughts to mind especially the musical and social phenomenon of 1967’s summer of love.

All concerts held at 
Fellowship Congregational, UCC

The History of Our Name: The Council Oak Tree

Our name comes from the Creek Council Oak Tree located at 18th & Cheyenne in downtown Tulsa. In 1836 the Loachapoka Creek Indians kindled a ceremonial fire using live coals they had carried from their Alabama homeland over a “trail of tears. ” Of the 630 that began the trip, 161 died. This great Burr Oak tree became the site for Tulsa’s first town hall, first conference room, first church and first court of law. This revered tree still lives and remains a symbol of our early settlers’ strong spirit.

It is in this same spirit of determination in the midst of adversity, of hope for a more inclusive future, and of the promise of new beginnings, that the Vocal Pride Foundation is rooted in the history of the Council Oak. 

Mission Statement

The Council Oak Mens Chorale (COMC) is a fellowship of gay and gay affirming men dedicated to musical excellence in the performance of choral literature, providing a source to reach the community showing our pride, unity and support, and presenting a positive image for ourselves.

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