Prayer Times In Manchester
You can access up-to-date prayer times Manchester timetable on Muslim-Salah. Here are today’s prayer times for Manchester below. If you are looking for prayer times Manchester (namaz time Manchester) you can also access monthly time table for prayer times in Manchester below:
NAMAZ TIME IN MANCHESTER
Prayer times for Manchester (Namaz time Manchester) have been sourced using verified calculation methods.
Fajr Time in Manchester: Fajr prayer (Fajr namaz ) is the first prayer to start your day. It must be performed before sunrise at true dawn in remembrance of Allah (s.w.t.). Fajr namaz (Fajr prayer) consists of 2 rakat Farz and 2 rakat Sunnat.
Dhuhr Time in Manchester: Dhuhr prayer ( Dhuhr namaz) time is before or after noon, depending on the time of year. It is a short break namaz (prayer) to seek His guidance. Dhuhr namaz (Dhuhr Prayer) consists of 4 rakat Sunnat, 4 rakat Farz, 2 rakat Sunnat and 2 rakat Nafl.
Asr Time in Manchester: Asr prayer (Asr namaz) time in Manchester is prayer that takes place in the late afternoon. Asr namaz (Asr prayer) consists of 4 rakat Sunnat and 4 rakat Farz.
Maghrib Time in Manchester: Maghrib prayer (Maghrib namaz) is the fourth daily prayer. Maghrib prayer takes place after the sun has set. Magrhrib namaz consists of 3 rakat Farz and 2 rakat Sunnat.
Isha Time in Manchester: Isha prayer (Isha namaz) is the last prayer of the day. Isha namaz (Isha prayer) consists of 4 rakat Farz, 4 rakat Sunnat, 2 rakat Sunnat and 2 rakat Sunnat.
IMPORTANCE OF NAMAZ ON TIME
It is obligatory for Muslims to perform prayers 5 times a day. The principle of salah is to ensure Muslims maintain their faith to Allah. Therefore, five prayers must be performed during various periods of time throughout the day.
“Verily! Salat is enjoined on the believers at fixed hours.” (Nisa, 103)
Prophet Muhammad (s.a.v.) have said;
”I asked the Prophet (s.a.v.) “Which deed is the dearest to Allah?” He replied, “To offer the prayers at their early stated fixed times.”
Lists of Mosques (Masjids) in Manchester
“Prayer (Salah-Namaz) in congregation is twenty-seven times more rewarding than a Solat performed individually.” (Al-Bukhari)
Prayer gives opportunities to seek His guidance and forgiveness. As it says in the hadith, in the religion of Islam, it is more virtuous for Muslims to pray together. Let us take the opportunity performing congregational prayers on for prayer times Manchester with our Muslim brothers and sisters. Here is a list that you can find mosques on namaz times for Manchester:
- Manchester Central Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre
- The Didsbury Mosque
- North Manchester Jamé Masjid
- Manchester Islamic Centre
- Noor Masjid
- Zakariya Masjid and Madrasa
- Madina Mosque