Since none of our sighting witnesses have successfully sighted the new moon from Israel on the evening of March 3rd, which was the end of the 29th day of the month, that means that the March 4th evening is the beginning of the new month by default. March 5th is the New Moon.
This is the Twelfth Biblical Hebrew Month, also known as Adar.
Have a great Month
~ Brother Mark Harris
So where are the AVIV reports? And the sighting of the new moon. Then it is Rosh ha shannah.
Sorry… I misread the latest new moon bulletin. Scratch my last comment. March 4th at sunset is Rosh Chodesh.
I never encountered a scripture in the law of Moses where the 29th day of any pagan calendar month modified Rosh Chodesh. Therefore I will NOT observe March 4, 2022 at sunset, but rather the original sighting in Jerusalem on March 3, 2022.