Shalom Everyone!

The New Moon was sighted from Israel Today, Monday, March 31st, 2014 at 7:25pm! New Moon day will be through Tuesday, April 1st.

Sighted From: Israel in various places

Date Sighted: Monday, March 31st, 2014

Time First Sighted: 7:25pm -Jerusalem Time

Sighted by: Yoel Halevi and Gadi Eidelheit

Hebrew Month:  First Biblical Hebrew Month Known as Aviv (or Nissan)

May you have a blessed Month! And A Wonderful Holy Day Season!

Shana Tovah and Rosh Chodesh Samach!
Brother Mark Harris


Howdy Folks!

We have reports From the Land. The New Moon was NOT sighted in Israel today March 2nd, 2014. Therefore new moon day starts Tomorrow, Monday, March 3rd at sunset by default. This is the new moon for the 12th Month of the Biblical Hebrew Year known as Adar.




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