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Rabbi Mordechai and Nina Glick

Rabbi Mordechai and Nina Glick are living in Bergenfield after many years of service to the Montreal Jewish community. Rabbi Glick was the rav of Congregation Ahavat Yisroel as well as a practicing clinical psychologist in private practice. He also taught at Champlain Regional College. The Glicks were frequent speakers at the OU marriage retreats. Nina coordinated all Yachad activities in Montreal and was a co/founder of Maison Shalom, a group home for young adults with special needs. They can be reached at [email protected]. Nina Glick lives in Bergenfield with her husband, Rabbi Mordechai Glick, after many years of service to the Montreal Jewish community. Nina coordinated all Yachad activities in Montreal and was a co/founder of Maison Shalom, a group home for special needs young adults. She can be reached at [email protected]. Nina Glick can be reached at [email protected].

Articles by Rabbi Mordechai and Nina Glick

What’s With the Bees?

Our family still talks about the problem that we always had with bees while sitting in our sukkah in Montreal, interrupting beautiful evenings complete with

When a Community Loses Its Rav

Little more than a week ago the city of Rochester lost the person one could call its “chief rabbi.” Rabbi Shaya Kilimnick, z”l, was the

Sunday With Nothing to Do

There is just so much baking, cooking, cleaning, organizing, reading and writing that one can do. Those who remember the musical Flower Drum Song might

Put on a Happy Face

“Gray skies are gonna clear up”—everyone knows the next line sung by Tony Bennett—“Put on a happy face.” These days it is really difficult to

The Three Week Challenge

It is not a coincidence that this week’s issue of The Link falls on Thursday, July 9, which is Shiva Asar B’Tamuz. Listening to and

Don’t Try It; Just Buy It

We have all become used to the many new rules and regulations that govern our daily lives. As soon as we acclimate to one thing,

Which Statue Will Be Next?

Maybe we really are too old to understand what is going on in the world. Didn’t Columbus discover America in 1492? Would we all be

Let’s Change the Subject

It is time to stay away from current events for a while. The news can be overwhelmingly depressing. Be it about the virus or the

Move Over, You Are Too Old

The COVID-19 pandemic has had many effects on the world and, in our case, has caused residual ailments to deal with as a result of

A Graduation Like No Other

Lawyers are familiar with the phrase “without prejudice,” which, according to businessdictionary.com is defined as: “1) When used in a document or letter, without prejudice