On Wednesday, March 25th, 2020 the New Moon was sighted by several witnesses in Israel!
This is the first New Moon sighted in Israel after Spring has begun, so this Month starts the first Month of the year!
Date Sighted: Wednesday, March 25th, 2020.
Time Sighted: 6:32pm Jerusalem, Israel time.
Sighted By: Brian Hoeck, Karen Andrews, David McKnew, Gil Ashendorf, and Devorah Gordon.
Place Sighted: Jerusalem, Israel.
Month: This is the First Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Aviv or Nissan!
Passover is coming up quickly y’all and will begin on April 8th, 2020.
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Sending lots of love from me and my family to you and yours! May you all have a blessed and Happy New year/HaShanna Tova, followed by an exuberant Passover/Pesach and Spring Holy Day season! 🙂
Spring has Sprung as the vernal equinox has passed on Thursday, March 19th 2020. We can feel it in there air as new life begins to emerge!
Now that it is Spring, we can declare the next New Moon as the beginning of months. The next New Moon is expected to be sighted on Wednesday March 25th, 2020.
Be looking for the announcement of reports coming in from Israel as many will be out to look for it!
We want to thank everyone who faithfully searches for the new moon each month, but especially at the most important times like the beginning of the year and for Yom Teruah. Your services are greatly appreciated by so many across the globe!
Stay tuned and stay Happy as we prepare for this holy day season quickly approaching.
I did not receive any positive reports that the New Moon was sighted yesterday in Israel, therefore by default, today is the 30th day making this evening the beginning of the new month. New Moon day begins on Tuesday evening, February 25th, 2020 and ends Wednesday evening, February 26th.
This will be the Twelfth Biblical Hebrew month, also known as Adar
We hope you have a good and blessed Month!
~ Brother Mark Harris
The New Moon was seen in Israel this evening, Tuesday, October 29th, 2019.
This will be the 8th biblical Month, beginning as the sun sets on Tuesday, October 29th 2019.
Sighted By: Devorah Gordon,Gil Ashendorf, Dennis Chkolnik, Maureen Chkolnik, Yochanan Zaqantov, Karen Reuveni and Margaret Jeana
Date Sighted:, Tuesday October 29th, 2019.
Time Sighted: 5:02 PM Jerusalem, Israel time.
Biblical Hebrew Month: This will be the Eighth Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Cheshvan.
I hope y’all had an amazing Feast Season spending time with our Creator and learning from His word all the lessons He would have us learn as His people! Have a blessed Month y’all! ~ Brother Mark Harris
The New Moon was sighted this evening, Sunday, September 29th, 2019 by many observers who were looking this evening!
Reports received from various observers in Israel:
“New Moon sighted (naked eye) from Caesarea, Israel at 6:58 by Kenny Russell. Hayley Russell confirmed sighting (naked eye) at 7:06” “Moon sighted at 7:01 from the Zevulun Valley. It is distinctly visible to the naked eye. I was joined by my son who was able to see it with the naked eye as well.” – Yoel Halevi (Hebrew In Israel)“ “Moon sighted (naked eye) at 6:51 (then lost to sight, then seen again) from Poriya Illit by Becca Biderman.” “From Jerusalem at 6:54pm by Devorah Gordon, followed by Rebeca Corlan, Ion Corlan, Cristian Pricop, Dawn Austin, Grant and Reidar.”
Sighted By: Hayley Russell, Yoel Halevi and his son, Becca Biderman, Devorah Gordon, Rebeca Corlan, Ion Corlan, Cristian Pricop, Dawn Austin, Grant and Reidar and many other observers in Israel.
Date Sighted: Sunday, September 29th, 2019.
Time Sighted: 6:58 PM Jerusalem, Israel time.
Biblical Hebrew Month: This will be the Seventh Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Tishri or Ethanim.
The Feast of Trumpets/Yom Teruah begins at sunset Sunday, September 29th 2019.
Atonment/Yom Kippurim: Wednesday, October 9th Tabernacles/Sukkot: Monday, October 14th – Sunday, October 20th Last Great Day of the Feast: Monday, October 21st.
Have a very blessed and happy Feast season! Chag Sameach!! ~ Brother Mark Harris