Leaving an old home and relocating to a new town is tough, but building a new community from scratch once you get there is even more daunting. Scott and KC Seibert, along with their four children, recently moved to Indiana and found themselves in this very situation. Today they share with us their journey of building a small, imperfect, and beautiful community of young families in their new parish. Whether you are someone who wants to make your fellow parishioners feel welcomed, a single person or married couple moving for work and wanting to find friends, or a family needing to build a community for all ages, you will walk away from this episode with practical tips and advice on how to feel at home in your new home.
Scott and KC Seibert were married in 2009, and have four children under five. Scott is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Indiana with almost a decade of clinical experience. He also serves as the Director of Marriage and Family Life for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. KC is a special education teacher by trade who currently works full time in the home as a stay at home mom.
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