- $19.99/month for 12 months
Christian Mingle is the most popular dating website/app for Christians with over 16 million users. The app asks the usual questions any ordinary dating app would: height, marital status, occupation, education, and interests. It then caters specifically to Christians by asking for a specific religion and church attendance, so they can find the perfect partner. Users then narrow their searches with age, location, and their religion preference and what they’re looking for in a relationship. Partners are then sorted by a percent match so users can easily connect with someone who meets their needs.
Christian Dating for Free has all the same features as Christian Mingle, without a percent match. It is a completely free Christian dating app. They instead have their own way of matching users. There are options to wink at and favorite matches, have group chats, and see who “viewed me.” The big pro to CDFF is that it is free, so it has many ads that sometimes distract from meeting people.
Cross Paths has a trendy set up, using the swipe method used in dating apps like tinder and bumble. Users swipe right for people they like and left for people they don’t. The app asks users to share how often they attend church, and what it means to them. The app uses Facebook to verify users and includes interests from the social media site.
- $8.33/month for 12 months
Christian Cupid is unlike many apps. It has very specific questions so users can find their ideal match. The app asks the usual education, profession, interests, height, etc. It then asks more identifying questions like hair-length, body art, annual income and more. Christian- based questions are religion, religious values, and church attendance. The app offers a free three-month trial and allows users to verify their profiles to avoid scammers.
- $17.97/ Month for 12 months
Harmony is not an app geared specifically for Christians. However, it does ask members what their religion is, and what church they attend. Like the other apps, Eharmony asks the usual questions of kids, employment, education, interests and more. The app then has users take a five-part compatibility test to better match them to a partner. One of the questions on the compatibility test is the importance of religion, which can cater more to Christian users’ needs.
- $13.99/Month for 12 Months
Match.com is another site that is open to anyone. It does ask religion, marital status and education. It then gives users the option to choose something specific, like age, build, someone who does/doesn’t drink and smoke and religion. Christians can use this section to find others of the same faith, even if the app is not centered around Christian users.
- Tinder Gold$14.99
- Tinder Plus$9.99
Tinder has the same “swipe right, swipe left” set up as Cross Paths. The app is open to everyone. It has an option to share pictures and an about me section. Then users can select age range and location to find the best matches. There is no way of determining if someone if Christian through this app unless mention in their bio. The app does generate lots of traction, though, so it’s easy to find a match.
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