Shabbat.com is constantly updating and the latest innovation is its link to the Shabbos Project. One of the key obstacles to insuring the success of this incredible venture, however, R’ Klatzko explains, is connecting guests and hosts. “What will you do,” he asks, “have 1,000 people manning telephones?” Clearly, that won’t work and that is why Shabbat.com is so crucial.
He explains how the partnership of the Shabbos Project and Shabbat.com works. All those committed to promoting Shabbos all over the world can go online to www.shabbat.com/theShabbosProject and sign up as a guest or a host. The site will create a specific profile solely for the purpose of connecting guests and hosts for the weekend of the Shabbos Project and (unless they choose to delete their file) provide access for future invites. If they are already Shabbat.com members and want to be connected to the Shabbos Project, they must log on to the site and in their profile, next to the entry for organizational affiliation simply choose The Shabbos Project.
R’ Klatzko says, “The Shabbos Project is not the end, but a beginning. A beginning that has the ability to bring Moshiach. Now that’s exciting.”
For dedication opportunities, Rabbi Klatzko can be reached at 212-Shabbat (212-742-2228).Malkie Schulman
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