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The database gives the matchmaker access to potentially thousands more singles than he or she could otherwise come to know.When a match seems promising, the matchmaker releases profiles and pictures to both parties. There was the woman, for example, who wondered why her date would ask nothing deeper than where she liked to shop.Wise Miller investigated, and found that the man was nervous about prying or offending.She gently suggested that he could pose weightier questions, and the dating continued.Rabbi Yisroel Bernath, who founded JMontreal in September and is a matchmaker himself, said he won't stay involved with his matches unless they want him to.But like Wise Miller, he finds that his couples -- he's currently working with 65 -- often want counsel. 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.
But the greater goal is what's known as "Jewish continuity."Among the world's estimated 14 million Jews, about half marry non-Jews -- an intermarriage rate many find dishearteningly high.
To facilitate more Jewish-Jewish marriages, Bernath does not question the religiosity of JMontreal's 1,500 or so users."The purpose of this is not religion," he said.
"It's to save an endangered species." Or, as Rabbi Mayshe Schwartz put it after launching JBoston just weeks ago: "We believe in Jews meeting Jews and having more Jews."The approach is working, say the J site organizers, who are mostly affiliated with the Orthodox Chabad movement.
Australia was their proving ground, where "j-junction" has been operating since 2006 with 11 marriages to its credit.
A site called "Saw You At Sinai," established in 2003, also combines matchmakers and a database.
But SYAS founder Marc Goldmann, who gave his computer model to the nonprofit J sites and has a financial stake in them, says there are a few crucial differences.