Met@Chabad Virtual Speed Dating
  • Fill out this form to be eligible for invites to future events.
  • Invites are based on your number of eligible matches in the speed dating pool.
  • None of the information you provide will be shared outside of Met@Chabad.
  • As is the case with all decisions of importance, especially concerning one’s Bashert (soul mate), due diligence is advised to the integrity of the individual's claims, such as being Jewish, single, and the like, before making a commitment.
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What is your full name? *
Make sure you input your first and last name!
What is your email address? *
Make sure you input your email address correctly!
Please confirm your email address: *
What is your cell phone number? *
Who is your Rabbi/Rebbetzin? *
What is your gender? *
What is your Date of Birth? *
Please confirm your age: *
What's the youngest age you'd be willing to date? *
What's the oldest age you'd be willing to date? *
Link to your Facebook? *
Links to Instagram/LinkedIn/Other?
Were you born Jewish? *
If you converted please upload your Teudat Giur along with completing this form.
Your parents are: *
Please provide the date of your parent's marriage: *
Was your mother born Jewish? *
If your mother converted please upload her Teudat Giur along with completing this form.
Was your father born Jewish? *
Please select one of the options below which best describes your maternal grandmother (mother's mother): *
Were you or your mother adopted? *
Marital status is the legally defined marital state. There are several types of marital status: single, married, widowed, divorced, separated and, in certain cases, registered partnership.
Are you... *
Are you the birth or adoptive parent of a child(ren)? *
Please select one of the following which best describes your father *
In which country do you live? *
If you live in a country that isn't in the list, please let us know!
In which city do you live? (select nearest city) *
If you live near a big city that isn't in the list, please let us know!
In which language(s) are you open to date? (check all that apply) *
Are you open to a long distance relationship? *
Do you keep Shabbat? *
I'm open to date someone who keeps Shabbat: (check all that apply) *
Do you keep Kosher? *
I'm open to date someone who keeps Kosher: (check all that apply) *
Education: *
Please provide your mother's Hebrew name (if she has one):
Please provide your fathers's Hebrew name (if he has one):
Please provide your maternal grandmother's Hebrew name (if she has one):
Please provide the name of the officiating Rabbi at your parents' wedding:
Are you looking for a long-term relationship that will lead to marriage with children (right away or later)? *
Personality Questions
I am more drawn to places that are filled with people and excitement than quiet and intimate ones. *
I listen in a way that other people recognize that I am truly listening (e.g., maintain eye contact, ask questions, repeat to make sure I’ve understood fully). *
I am a sociable person. I must have people around me. *
I believe that family always comes first: it comes before work, school, and activities. *
Having fewer but longer-lasting friendships is what I strive for. *
My mind is more filled with thoughts about work and/or household responsibilities than ideas I’ve learned from Jewish sources. *
I am a very private person, and I am selective to whom I open up. *
When I get into arguments with friends, it is important to me to work it out before the situation escalates beyond recovery. *
I believe that you should be able to ask your partner any question. I expect absolute and total honesty in a relationship. *
I cherish friendships and keep my friends close. *
When working on a team, I have a constructive way to bring issues and problems to the surface so that they can be addressed. *
I have a synagogue in which I feel that I belong. *
My everyday speech is characterized by the use of Jewish words and phrases. *
When working on a team, I feel comfortable expressing feelings that are different from those of other members. . *
The Jewish calendar provides a rhythm to my day, week, and year. *
My Jewish values were a factor in the career I chose. *
I look forward to celebrating Shabbat dinners (Friday night Shabbos dinner). *
When working on a team, I consider it to be at least in part my responsibility to initiate team discussions on how we interact with one another. *
If I plan and schedule my week in advance, I have a strong sense of stability and control over my life. *
I flexibly reassess actions and/or goals when that is necessary. *
I enjoy extended conversations about thoughts, values, or ideas. *
I believe that sometimes the unplanned parts of life become the greatest moments. *
I prefer to be constantly active (for example, spending a lot of time eating long dinners gets in the way). *
I easily establish rapport with people whose backgrounds differ from my own. *
I am fun and adventurous, and I enjoy meeting new people and having new experiences (including traveling). *
I will step in if I see somebody being treated unfairly.. *
I am the type that would run in the middle of the night to help another in distress. *
I feel comfortable sharing even the parts of me that are not pretty. *
I take care of my body so that I can look and feel good. *
When working on a team, I consider it to be at least in part my responsibility to encourage quieter team members to speak up. *
I strive to make those around me feel loved. *
If I am by myself on the weekend with no plans and my friends call, I often am excited to go out with little notice. *
When things go wrong, I tell at least one person in my life about it. *
I often prefer to spend time alone. *
I can handle a crisis in a relationship as an equal partner, and not deal with the crisis only through appeasement and placating. *
When working on a team, I give feedback in a neutral, nonjudgmental way even if we are very pressured to complete a task. *
I am taking action in the here-and-now to achieve my goals for the future. *
Thinking about the future I want makes me do more now to get that future (e.g., more education, practicing skills I’ll need in the future). *
I work hard to achieve a sense of security and stability. *
At this point in my life, I am ready to marry and settle down. *
Do you give Met@Chabad permission to use the data provided for match making purposes? *