2nd Month – New Moon Report

Happy New Moon Everyone!

The New Moon was sited in Israel this evening, on Thursday, May 9th, 2024.

Location: Israel

Time Sighted:  Witnessed at 7:41pm

Witnesses:  The crescent New Moon was sighted from:

* Jerusalem (Rechavia) at 7:41pm by Devorah Gordon

* Jerusalem at 7:58pm by Monica and Steve Ruby

* Haifa (Kiryat Chaim) at 7:45pm by Ephraim Amnon

Date Sighted: Thursday, May 9th, 2024.

Therefore, the first day of the 2nd Month will be observed after sunset on Thursday, May 9th, through Friday, May 10th, at Sunset.

Biblical Hebrew Month: This is the 2nd Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Iyar.

We Hope Y’all have a very blessed New Moon day!

Many Blessings
~Brother Mark Harris

1st Month – New Moon Report

Happy New Moon and Rosh Hashanah!!!!

The New Moon was sited in Israel this evening, on Tuesday, April 9th, 2024!

Location: Israel

Time Sighted:  Witnessed at 7:34pm

Witnesses: 

The New Moon was sighted from Petach Tikvah by Y.M. at 7:34pm, as well as by people in Givat Ze’ev and Poriyah Ilit.

Date Sighted: Tuesday, April 9th, 2024!

Therefore, the first day of the 1st Month will be observed after sunset on Tuesday, April 9th, 2024 through Wednesday, April 10th at Sunset.

Biblical Hebrew Month: This is the 1st Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Aviv.

We Hope Y’all have a very blessed New Moon day, and Happy New Year!!!

May you all be blessed in this new year!

Many Blessings
~Brother Mark Harris

The 13th Month – Adar II

Some people have asked about the “13th Month” and how you know when it happens?

First, let’s review the Simple, Quick and Easy way
to explain The Hebrew Calendar.

Now, while thousands of pages have been written,

and tens of thousands of hours have debated the 

biblical calendar, it may be simply summarized as follows:

Gen 1:14 tells us that the seasons, times, days and years
are determined by the Sun and the Moon.

In other words…

Sun

Moon Sun

Sun Moon Sun

Respectively,

The Day

The Month

The Year

The DAY is determined by the SUN

A DAY starts at the time of when a sunset is sighted, 
or at the time of when it normally should be sighted.

The Sun’s Setting is the sign that a new day may start.

The MONTH is determined by MOON and the SUN

A MONTH starts at the time of when the new crescent moon is sighted, or when it should be sighted). Then, shortly afterward when sunset occurs, it starts the first day of the month. (This is The Moon and Sun working together)  The sighting of the sign that a new month may begin, and the sun’s setting tells that the new day may begin, thus together giving us…  The 1st Day of a New Month.

The YEAR is determined by the SUN, the MOON and the SUN again

The YEAR uses the sign of the Equinox to tell us when a Year may begin.  The Equinox (called the “Tekufah” in scripture)  is “sighted” by the straight line shadow that is drawn by the Sun, when you put any pole or stick in the ground.  This straight line (Equinox) only happens twice a year, at the beginning of Spring and also in the Fall.  However, in Exodus 12, Yah tells us that the Month of Abib (Spring) shall be the beginning of months for you.  So, the first month is the first new moon sighted after the “Spring Equinox, which is the sign that the first month of the year may begin.  Therefore, when that sunset occurs as a sign of that new moon day, it marks the first day. of the first month, which is the first day of the year!

Now, back to the question about the 13th month…  you really don’t need to worry about when the 13th month occurs… it just happens!  , Because when you follow the Biblical approach above to the Hebrew calendar, it will just naturally occur.

So, the simple answer is:   When you follow the signs of the Sun and Moon, as discussed above, most of the time, you’ll have 12 months before the next Spring Equinox.  And occasionally, you’ll have 13 months before the next Equinox; when that happens, that month is the 13th month, which traditionally has been called ADAR II (or ADAR 2).

Obviously, there is a lot more that can be explained, but hopefully this helps.   If you have any further questions, please let us know.

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Adar II – New Moon Report

Happy New Moon Everyone!

The New Moon was sited in Israel this evening, on Monday, March 11th 2024,

Location: Israel

Time Sighted:  Witnessed at 5:55pm

Witnesses: 

Jerusalem (Rechavia) at 5:55pm by Devorah Gordon, followed by Chaya and Gil Ashendorf

* Jerusalem at 6:20pm by Yedidyah de Sousa      

* Haifa (Kiryat Chaim) at 6:02pm by Ephraim Amnon

* Beersheva at 6:15pm by Yochanan Zaqantov

* Negev (Nitzana) at 6:47pm by R. Ezechiels and Evelien

Date Sighted: Monday, March 11th 2024,

Therefore, the first day of the 13th Month will be observed after sunset on Monday, March 11th, 2024 through Tuesday, March 12th, at Sunset.

Biblical Hebrew Month: This is the 13th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Adar II.

If you have any questions about Adar II and how we observe this time, please Message: 931-256-7776

We Hope Y’all have a very blessed New Moon day!

Many Blessings
~Brother Mark Harris

12th Month – New Moon Report

Happy New Moon Everyone!

The New Moon was sited in Israel this evening, on Sunday, February 11th, 2024.

Location: Israel

Time Sighted:  Witnessed at 5:26pm

Witnesses: Devorah Gordon, followed by Gil Ashendorf and Chaya

* Jerusalem at 5:50pm by Yedidyah de Sousa

* Haifa (Kiryat Chaim) at 5:35pm by Ephraim Amnon

Date Sighted: Sunday, February 11th, 2024

Therefore, the first day of the 12th Month will be observed after sunset on Sunday, February 11th, through Monday, February 12th, at Sunset.

Biblical Hebrew Month: This is the 12th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Adar.

We Hope Y’all have a very blessed New Moon day!

Many Blessings
~Brother Mark Harris

11th Month – New Moon Report

Happy New Moon Everyone!

The New Moon was sited in Israel this evening, on Friday, January 12th, 2024.

Location: Israel

Time Sighted:  Witnessed at 5:07 pm

Witnesses: Rivkah Biderman

Date Sighted: Friday, January 12th, 2024.

Therefore, the first day of the 11th Month will be observed after sunset on Friday, January 12th, through Saturday, January 13th, at Sunset.

Biblical Hebrew Month: This is the 11th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Shevat.

We Hope Y’all have a very blessed New Moon day!

Many Blessings
~Brother Mark Harris

10th Month – New Moon Report

Happy New Moon Everyone!

The New Moon was sited in Jerusalem this evening, on Thursday, December 14th, 2023.

Location: Israel

Time Sighted:  Witnessed at 5:07 pm

Witnesses: 

Tiberias at 4:56pm by Dennis Chkolnik and Maureen Chkolnik

Haifa at 5:02 by Ephraim Amnon

Date Sighted: Thursday, December 14th, 2023

Therefore, the first day of the 10th Month will be observed after sunset on Thursday, December 14th, through Friday, December 15th, at Sunset.

Biblical Hebrew Month: This is the 10th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Tevet.

We Hope Y’all have a very blessed New Moon day!

Many Blessings
~Brother Mark Harris

9th Month – New Moon Report

Happy New Moon Everyone!

The New Moon was sited in Jerusalem this evening, on Wednesday, November 15th, 2023!

Location: Jerusalem

Time Sighted:  Witnessed at 5:07 pm

Witnesses: 

Jerusalem at 5:07 pm by Devorah Gordon, followed by Mihai, Chaya, and Gil Ashendorf

Tiberias at 4:42pm by Dennis Chkolnik

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Date Sighted: Wednesday, November 15th, 2023

Therefore, this 9th New Moon will be observed after sunset on Wednesday, November 15th, through Thursday, November 16th, at Sunset.

Biblical Hebrew Month: This is the 9th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Kislev.

We Hope Y’all have a very blessed New Moon day!

Many Blessings
~Brother Mark Harris

8th Month – New Moon Report

Happy New Moon Everyone!

The New Moon was sited in Jerusalem this evening, on Monday, October 16th, 2023!

Location: Jerusalem

Time Sighted:  Witnessed at 6:13 pm

Witnesses:  Dennis Chkolnik, Channah Ben-Gad, Yochanan Zaqantov.

Date Sighted: Monday, October 16th, 2023.

Therefore, this 8th New Moon will be observed after sunset on October 16th through October 17th, at Sunset.

Biblical Hebrew Month: This is the 8th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Marcheshvan.

We Hope Y’all have a very blessed New Moon day!

Many Blessings
~Brother Mark Harris

7th Month New Moon Report!

Happy Feast Season, Everyone!

The New Moon was sited in Jerusalem this evening, on the Sabbath, September 16th, 2023!

Therefore, The Feast Of Trumpets…. Yom Teruah is upon us!

Location: Jerusalem

Time Sighted:  Witnessed at 7:03 pm

Witnesses: From Jerusalem By Devorah Gordon, followed by John L. Grant, Joy Collins Lyle, and GilAshendorf.

Date Sighted: Sabbath, September 16th, 2023.

Therefore, this 7th New Moon will be observed after sunset on September 16th through September 17th, at Sunset.

Biblical Hebrew Month: This is the 7th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Tishrei.

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7th Month Biblical Feast Dates: (based on the new moon sited in Israel)

Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah): Sept, 16th at sunset through Sept 17th till sunset

Day Of Atonement (Yom Kippur): Sept, 25th at sunset through Sept 26th till sunset

Feast Of Tabernacles (Sukkot): Opening Night Sept 30th after sunset, October 1st (first day) – October 7th (7th day).

Last Great Day Of The Feast (Shemini Atzeret): October 8th. (starting the previous night at sunset)

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We Hope Y’all have a very blessed New Moon day – Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah) and fall feast ahead.

Many Blessings
~Brother Mark Harris