More » Big Church is most likely the largest Christian dating site on this list, but only because it shares a database with parent company Friend Finder, and all of its offshoot niche dating services.
Which, for some Christian singles, might be a huge turn off.
A highly unusual dating service even outside the Christian dating niche, Singles of Faith only wants to attract members who are serious about their search for a partner that also embodies their faith.
If you're not willing or able to do either of those things, a Christian-focused dating site might fit the bill.
Some however focus more on dating than the religious aspects while others truly offer a unique experience for Christian singles.
However, their database of users is slim, their features relatively basic and their sign up process lengthy.
Your profile defaults its search options to look for other Christians, but it's easily changed.
But with few Christian dating sites offering themselves up as completely free, Real Christian Singles might suit a lot of singles looking for someone who shares their faith.
More » A niche Christian dating service, Rainbow Christians is geared towards lesbian, gay, transgendered and bisexual Christians who are looking for love.
Although this Christian dating site doesn't have a lot of members, the owner has an obvious personal stake in the business, and it shows with numerous unique touches that make its membership feel special.
Many Christian singles want to meet someone special, but it's a challenge to approach someone new at church or to ask friends within the religion for an introduction.
More » Part of the Real Cafe conglomerate, Christian Cafe is a robust Christian dating site offering basic dating services as well as prayer requests, search features specific to Christian dating, and the knowledge that all of their members are currently accessing the site, as the entire database is purged after 90 days of no contact.