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Quick Facts
Cost Free
Popularity 7,000 active users
Very low
Gender make-up More women
(5 to 1)       
Better for men

cMatch is a Christian photo personals site for "born again" Christian singles. It's open to people living anywhere. The only requirement is to have a commitment to the Christian faith. The site is free for members - with optional donations.

cMatch is Christian site for anyone looking for friendship or romance within their faith.

Signup is quick and easy. You simply choose a name for your profile and enter an email address. In the next pages, you'll need to answer a few questions about your lifestyle, education, habits, and commitment to your religious faith. In the final section, you'll be asked to describe your relationship with Jesus.

Getting Approved

cCmatch does some of it's own vetting to make sure those signing up are serious about finding a Christian match. This saves members the trouble of doing this themselves. It does mean there are fewer profiles though.

All profiles need to be approved by a moderator before they go live on the site. So you have to wait a bit before you can log in. This is a strongly religious community. So you'll need to be clear of your aspirations for joining the site and ensure your profile fully describes your commitment to your Christian faith.


Moderators also actively monitor content to maintain quality. Half completed, inaccurate profiles will likely be rejected or removed. Stale profiles (those who haven't logged on to the site in a while) are also removed to enhance the overall experience of other members.

The cMatch community is fairly small. I could only see a few thousand active users. Full members can use the site's internal email system, or the chat tool for those who're online. They provide some safety advice and dating tips.

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