Here's a brief overview, including a look at some of the more modern ways of meeting fellow Jews. ranges from old-fashioned matchmaking to dating without any emphasis on religion at all.The Internet has brought a mini-revolution to the world of Jewish relationships.These online dating sites are making romantic Jewish matches every day.A site called JDate exists exclusively to bring Jewish singles together.It has the usual profiles and photos of members, but this site also lets participants specify whether they keep kosher, how often they go to synagogue, and what branch of Judaism they grew up in.JDate has brought about quite a few marriages, and there are many Jewish parents who pay for their children's subscriptions.
This site is committed to connecting Orthodox Jews.Beshert is another site that's been around for a while.It lets members respond to messages without paying a monthly fee.It also sponsors Speed Dating and other non-virtual dating events.Beshert focuses on traditional matchmaking to make a Jewish love connection. In observant Jewish families, it's important for the children to marry people who are also Jewish.J Singles allows you to search for friendships and dating candidates right in your community. Even in less observant families, parents who don't pay much attention to religion often find themselves wanting their children to marry within the faith.Many feel that a Jewish marriage helps guarantee this ancient religion will continue.Intermarriage is a great concern among Jewish religious leaders.Some rabbis won't even perform a marriage between a Jewish person and a non-Jew.They worry that the children of such a union won't identify as Jewish, or that Judaism won't be emphasized.In fact, in many Jewish denominations, children are only considered Jewish if the mother is a Jew.