Prayer Times In Liverpool

You can access up-to-date prayer times Liverpool on Muslim-Salah. Here are today’s prayer times for Liverpool below. If you are looking for prayer times Liverpool, you can also access monthly time table for Liverpool below:

2021-10-16
Liverpool
Fajr6:05
Dhuhr12:58
Asr4:20
Maghrib6:13
Isha7:49
2021-10-16
Liverpool
DayFajrSunriseDhuhrAsrMaghribIsha
015:387:141:024:516:488:24
025:407:161:014:496:468:22
035:427:171:014:476:438:19
045:437:191:014:456:418:17
055:457:211:004:436:398:14
065:477:231:004:416:368:12
075:497:251:004:396:348:09
085:517:2612:594:366:328:07
095:537:2812:594:346:298:05
105:547:3012:594:326:278:02
115:567:3212:594:306:258:00
125:587:3412:584:286:227:58
136:007:3512:584:266:207:56
146:027:3712:584:246:187:53
156:037:3912:584:226:157:51
166:057:4112:584:206:137:49
176:077:4312:574:186:117:47
186:097:4512:574:166:097:45
196:107:4712:574:146:067:42
206:127:4812:574:126:047:40
216:147:5012:574:106:027:38
226:167:5212:564:086:007:36
236:177:5412:564:065:587:34
246:197:5612:564:045:557:32
256:217:5812:564:025:537:30
266:228:0012:564:005:517:28
276:248:0212:563:585:497:27
286:268:0312:563:565:477:25
296:288:0512:563:545:457:23
306:298:0712:563:525:437:21
315:317:0911:562:504:416:19

WHEN IS THE PRAYER TIME IN LIVERPOOL

Prayer times for Liverpool (Salah time for Liverpool) has been sourced using verified calculation methods.

Fajr Time in Liverpool: Fajr prayer (namaz/ salah) is the first prayer to start your day and you should perform before sunrise at true dawn in remembrance of Allah (s.w.t.). Fajr prayer consists of 2 rakat Farz and 2 rakat Sunnat.

Dhuhr Time in Liverpool: Dhuhr prayer (namaz/ salah) time is before or after noon, depending on the time of year. It is a short break prayer in a day to seek His guidance. Dhuhr prayer consists of 4 rakat Sunnat, 4 rakat Farz, 2 rakat Sunnat and 2 rakat Nafl.

Asr Time in Liverpool: Asr prayer consists of 4 rakat Sunnat and 4 rakat Farz and asr prayer (namaz/ salah) time in Liverpool is a prayer that takes place in the late afternoon.

Maghrib Time in Liverpool: Maghrib prayer (namaz/ salah) is the fourth daily prayer. It takes place after the sun has set. Magrhrib prayer consists of 3 rakat Farz and 2 rakat Sunnat.

Isha Time in Liverpool: Isha prayer consists of 4 rakat Farz, 4 rakat Sunnat, 2 rakat Sunnat and 2 rakat Sunnat and isha prayer (namaz/ salah) is the last prayer of the day.

IMPORTANCE OF SALAH TIME

Muslims perform five prayers daily at specified times. While praying, Muslims turn to Makkah and pray during various periods of time throughout the day. Prayer times change at times determined essentially by the position of the Sun in the sky. Therefore, it is important to perform prayers within the times of prayer.

Muslims perform five prayers daily at specified times. While praying, Muslims turn to Makkah and pray during various periods of time throughout the day. Prayer times change at times determined essentially by the position of the Sun in the sky. Therefore, it is important to perform prayers within the times of prayer.

In Islam,  prayer (Salah/ Namaz) is second pillar of Islam. In the ritual prayers each individual Muslim is in direct contact with Allah. One hadith also shows importance of praying:

“If there was a river at the door of any of you and he took a bath in it five times a day would you notice any dirt on him?” They said, “Not a trace of dirt would be left.” The Prophet (s.a.v.) added, “That is the example of the five prayers with which Allah blots out (annuls) evil deeds.” (Al-Bukhari)

MOSQUES TO PERFORM PRAYER (SALAH/ NAMAZ ) IN LIVERPOOL

Muslims do not need to be in a particular place to pray. However in Islam, it is important to come together with Muslim communities and perform prayers on prayer times.

“A man’s prayer observed along with another is purer than his prayer observed alone, and his prayer with two men is purer than his prayer with just one, and whenever there are more, it is more pleasing to Allah, the Almighty.” (Sunan Abu Dawud)

Here is a list that you can find mosques in Liverpool:

  • Liverpool Mosque and Islamic Institute
  • Al Rahma Masjid
  • Abdullah Quilliam Mosqu