This online Jewish matchmaking approach gives members a unique dating edge.
With matchmakers available both locally and internationally for personal interviews.
This Orthodox Jewish dating site is helping thousands of Jewish singles of various ages, backgrounds, locations and interests find their bashert.
This includes Orthodox Jewish singles with various lifestyles such as single parents, divorcees, widows, young professionals and older singles.
In addition, our matchmakers have made successful matches between Jewish singles internationally including cities such as: Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Phoenix, Pittsburgh (USA), Montreal, Toronto (Canada), London and Manchester (England), Jerusalem, Tel Aviv (Israel), Sydney and Melbourne (Australia).
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Saw You At Sinai is an Orthodox Jewish dating service where expert Jewish matchmakers assist Orthodox Jewish singles with finding love and meaningful relationships.
Matchmakers screen, select & send quality matches thereby maximizing the Orthodox Jewish dating experience for Jewish Singles around the world.
The founders created the site in a halachic and approved fashion.
The site is endorsed by Robbonim, organizations and communal leaders.
These include leaders such as Rabbi Kenneth Auman & Rabbi Basil Herring of the Rabbinical Council of America (RCA), Rabbi Steven Burg of National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY), Rabbi Hershel Schachter & Rabbi Mordechai Willig of Yeshiva University (YU) and globally respected pulpit Rabbis such as Rabbi Hershel Billet- Rabbi Young Israel of Woodmere, Rabbi Dr.
Gershon Gewirtz- Rabbi Young Israel of Brookline, Rabbi Shmuel Goldin- Rabbi Congregation Ahavath Torah of Englewood, Rabbi Eitan Meyer- Former Assistant Rabbi Jewish Center and Rabbi Allen Schwartz- Rabbi Ohab Zedek.