Saw Youat Sinai charges about half that, and JMontreal costs a minimum of a month.
J site organizers say they won't turn gay Jews away, but the sites' algorithm isn't set up to accommodate them.
Then there's The JMom.com, which allows Jewish mothers to play matchmaker by posting photos and profiles of their unmarried children.
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. "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.
Then there's 15-year-old JDate, perhaps the most well-known site for Jewish singles.