Take the Color Code Test to gain insight into your motivations and a deeper understanding of your potential matches.Every member is assigned a color – blue, white, red, or yellow – that identifies their personality traits in order to build stronger, more meaningful relationships.When someone piques your curiosity, there are multiple ways to start a conversation.
A synagogue directory can be found on the site for subscribers looking for a local, more social experience.
If you’re looking to make connections, find friends, and fall in love within the faith, JDate is the #1 destination for Jewish men and women.
Most people showed up in first-date finest with open minds and ready to see who would sit down at their tables.
The mood was light and everyone got chatty pretty fast.
Now, there was also another box for important other information that didn’t fit anywhere else. Still, we got several epic tomes in this box about wanting to be matched with someone who liked long walks on the beach every 3rd Thursday, worked out a lot but not too much, listened to Chicago-style blues but not New Orleans-style, and was interested in Hegelian dialectics only so far as they are related to metaphysics. Our drag yenta emcee, Silvia Sparklestein, kept everyone in line, and by the end of the night plenty of matches were made, including through the “caught my eye” option at the bottom of the dating card. We hope people read the naming clause at the bottom of registration, wherein any pets that come from couples made at You Had Me at Shalom must be named after GLOE. Since GLOE lives in those intersecting spaces, we loved being able to help people in the community meet.
And we also loved being able use the phrase “drag yenta emcee,” as often as possible.
Since it entered the scene in 1997, has been the premier online dating community for Jewish singles.
Boasting hundreds of thousands of members and a near-perfect 50-50 male-to-female ratio, JDate is an ideal place to find friendship, romance, and more.
JDate has been building the Jewish community for more than a decade, so it’s no surprise that it seems like everyone knows someone who fell in love on the site.
To accomplish its mission of strengthening the Jewish community and sustaining Jewish traditions, JDate encourages members to engage both online and off using its fully-featured website and in-person events.
If you’re looking for a low-key, low-risk way to indicate your interest, use the Secret Admirer feature.