7th Month Report! New Moon Sighted in Israel! Happy Yom Teruah!

Shalom Everyone!

The New Moon has been sighted by many witnesses this evening in Israel! 🙂

The reports are still coming in as I write this!!!

The New Moon of the Seventh Month was sighted on Thursday, September 21st 2017. This means that Yom Teruah/Feast of Trumpets is starting at sunset on Thursday September 21st and goes through Friday, September 22nd 2017.

Yom Teruah Sameach!!! Happy Feast of Trumpets Y’all! 🙂

You can see the new moon very faintly about an inch above the electrical lines in the image below!

Photo Credit to: Lea Fitchlee

Date Sighted:  Thursday, September 21st 2017.

Time Sighted: 7.22pm Jerusalem, Israel time.

Sighted By: David, Emily, Briana, Victor, Isabel, Rebeka, Moshe, Natanyah & Giliyah Varela, Lea, Eli and Michael Fitchlee, Devorah Gordon and many other observers in Israel!

Place Sighted: Jerusalem, Israel.

Month: This is the 7th Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as (Tishri)!

For those of you who were asking about the rest of the feast dates for this season, I have listed them below!

Day of Trumpets/Yom Teruah: Friday, September 22nd
Day of Atonements/Yom Kippurim: Sunday, October 1st
Feast of Tabernacles/Sukkot: Friday, October 6th -Thursday, October 12th
Last Great Day: Friday, October 13th

Sound the Trumpets and make ready for the day of Trumpets is at hand!

May you all have a very blessed Holy Day and a very joyous extended Feast Season!

Brother Mark Harris


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  1. I wish you guys had been around in 1983 when I first began to observe the new moons from Israel, based on speculative calcuation only. So glad you are there….Don’t stop! May God bless you for your ministry!
    Keith Slough

    • Melissa Butterfield on October 7, 2017 at 6:48 pm
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    God Bless You All !
    Thank you so much for this update each month. This is my favorite internet site that I check regularly. Just seeing the Israel pictures strengthens my walk. I’m encouraged to hope in Christ for the coming month. Somehow reflecting on the pictures is very renewing to my soul, and I can’t explain the joy I have knowing the biblical calendar.
    May the LORD reward your faithfulness openly!

    • Margaret Juneman on September 28, 2017 at 1:29 pm
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    Thank you for calling this feast by its correct name. The Torah clearly states it is not the new year.

    • Tracy Johnson on September 21, 2017 at 9:27 pm
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    When is the last trumpet blown? And what time? Happy New year and come quickly Messiah!

    • G on September 21, 2017 at 6:27 pm
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    Thank you!

    • James on September 21, 2017 at 6:18 pm
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    Come quickly King of Kings

    • Jay Williams on September 21, 2017 at 5:57 pm
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    Thank you so much for sending out these notices to the body of Messiah. It’s a real blessing!

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