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Happy New Year

We want to take this opportunity to wish everyone Peace and Hope as we start into the New Year.

This past year has been a time of continued transition for Tucker Arm in Arm, but we come out of it as an independent organization with continued dedication to our mission:

Tucker Arm in Arm is committed to creating an inclusive community through acceptance and faith by connecting persons from all walks of life in groups where Community, Life, and Faith can be explored together.

In 2022 we will continue with some of our regular events. Heart to Heart will be back on January 16th at 4:30 p.m. meeting every 3rd Sunday of the month

(currently an online event only). Heart to Heart is a place to listen and share stories, life lessons, and topics that compel us to examine our hearts while fostering spiritual growth. Rocky Ground Conversations meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. (currently online only). R.G.C. is an open dialogue as we try to maneuver the bumpy road that is life. Both events last no more than 60 minutes and you can find more information on our website.

We're also planning to revive our Diversity Discussion Group in the first quarter of next year. And if you have an idea for a new group that fits within our mission and you'd like to be a part of it or hopefully lead it, just email us your contact information and we will set up a time to talk with you about it.

Thank you for giving us a moment to share our best wishes and provide an update on Tucker Arm in Arm. We hope you can join us as we move forward into 2022.

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