Rabbi Joey Glick had once said in a social media post that his socks got wet once in “mud season” and what followed was Shir Tikvah congregants concerned about whether he had proper footwear, and a discussion of who was going to take him shopping. This, Glick said, is part of the reason that he feels right at home at the South Minneapolis synagogue. We talk about having the interim tag removed from his title, the winding road that led to the rabbinate, and settling into his South Minneapolis community, on this week’s Who The Folk?! Podcast.
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