Saw Youat Sinai charges about half that, and JMontreal costs a minimum of a month.
JDate is also more welcoming to gay Jews, asking whether clients are seeking men or women.
"Sometimes," he said, "I'll get a call from a girl in the bathroom in the middle of a date." So why is a rabbi fielding these calls?
It's wonderful to preside at the wedding of a couple you introduced, said Bernath, who runs educational and social programs for Jews of all levels of observance.
Having the same religious beliefs is often an important component of having a successful relationship — and even a successful first date.
But it can be hard to find someone who fully understands the culture, specific practices, daily commitments, and more that mean so much to you as a Jew.
Like most dating sites, users pay a fee and compose a profile.
It skips the matchmaker altogether and allows members to communicate through a global database for a minimum of a month.J site organizers say they won't turn gay Jews away, but the sites' algorithm isn't set up to accommodate them.Then there's The JMom.com, which allows Jewish mothers to play matchmaker by posting photos and profiles of their unmarried children.The site was launched by siblings Danielle and Brad Weisberg, whose mother was already trying to set them up with dates the old-fashioned way.Warren, a 29-year-old J site user who preferred not to give his last name, said he is not at all religious but nonetheless wants to marry a Jewish woman and help address the Jewish continuity question. "I chose JMontreal because of the concept that somebody will actively look for somebody for me," he said.