Jewish dating site 2016

09 May

That's the job of the matchmaker - a man or woman who takes you out for coffee, probes your heart and then works with the J software to generate a list of potential soul mates.

"The matchmaker adds a human element to the digital element," said Rabbi Chaim Lipskar, who went online with JMiami two months ago and has signed up 150 people so far.

While the event accepts people of any religion or faith, it is dedicated to those interested in dating Jewish professionals in Washington DC and surrounding areas.

Why limit to yourself in one first date, when you can experience several brief first dates in the matter of an hour.

Before you meet your match, you've got to meet your matchmaker.

She gently suggested that he could pose weightier questions, and the dating continued.Like most dating sites, users pay a fee and compose a profile.But not so typically, they don't get to browse a database full of potential mates and their glamour shots.But the greater goal is what's known as "Jewish continuity." Among the world's estimated 14 million Jews, about half marry non-Jews – an intermarriage rate many find dishearteningly high.To facilitate more Jewish-Jewish marriages, Bernath does not question the religiosity of JMontreal's 1,500 or so users. A site called "Saw You At Sinai," established in 2003, also combines matchmakers and a database.