Saw You At Sinai -- named for the belief that every Jewish soul stood with his or her soul mate at the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai -- is national and boasts more than 1,100 members married.By contrast, the J sites focus on people who want to meet with a local matchmaker and marry close to home.At a couple’s wedding, their single friends are given the opportunity to fill out their personal information; and after the wedding, the couple takes home a personalized Shidduch Kit with all their friends’ information. The Marriage Architect – Daniella Rudoff is a dating and marriage educator and mentor.
"Their matchmakers are spending a tremendous amount of time with each individual," Goldmann said.
He added that the J sites attract Jews from the nonobservant to the very observant, while his site is geared toward the Orthodox.
The basic service is free of charge, while the “Gold Membership” involves a membership fee.
International dating site with over 10,000 Jewish singles registered online.
Then there's 15-year-old JDate, perhaps the most well-known site for Jewish singles.
It skips the matchmaker altogether and allows members to communicate through a global database for a minimum of a month.
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.
"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?