Jewish dating and marriage

17-May-2017 14:48

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Furthermore, Judaism views marriage as purposeful; the purposes of marriage are both companionship and procreation.

For the religious community, checking out your synagogue if they run programs for Jewish Dating – such as Speed-Dating, Local Jewish Community Centers or Shabbat dinners.

These people may know the single, and through the community the parents hope that they can find a suitable match for their child.

But what happens if that doesn't occur, or the child gets a little older, or decides that this "traditional" way is not their way. How to meet, when to meet, and where to meet, are the questions that arise. Other factors are considered as well, because not only do you want to find someone Jewish, there are so many religious affiliations, you also need to find someone, who is within your level of Judaism.

, which means "sanctification," is used in Jewish literature when referring to marriage.

Marriage is seen as a spiritual bonding between two people and as the fulfillment of God's commandment.

For the religious community, checking out your synagogue if they run programs for Jewish Dating – such as Speed-Dating, Local Jewish Community Centers or Shabbat dinners.

These people may know the single, and through the community the parents hope that they can find a suitable match for their child.

But what happens if that doesn't occur, or the child gets a little older, or decides that this "traditional" way is not their way. How to meet, when to meet, and where to meet, are the questions that arise. Other factors are considered as well, because not only do you want to find someone Jewish, there are so many religious affiliations, you also need to find someone, who is within your level of Judaism.

, which means "sanctification," is used in Jewish literature when referring to marriage.

Marriage is seen as a spiritual bonding between two people and as the fulfillment of God's commandment.

Jewish organizations are developing ways to help people meet through outdoor activities, such as skiing or hiking groups and Personal ads on-line and in local papers.