Muslim Prayer Times Bolton

Visit North West offers accurate prayer times in Bolton for today and this month.

Prayer times change throughout the year, and they also change depending on where you live. We also offer prayer times for other towns and cities in the UK.

Zakariyya Jaam'e Masjid - Peace Street, Bolton Mosque
Zakariyya Jaam’e Masjid – Peace Street
Masjid Ahl Al-Sunnah/MA Mission - Halliwell Road, Bolton Mosque
Masjid Ahl Al-Sunnah/MA Mission – Halliwell Road
Masjid E-Ibrahim - Carter Street
Masjid E-Ibrahim – Carter Street

Prayer Times Bolton - Today

Muslim prayer times (salah/namaz times) in Bolton for today, Thursday 23 May 2024, are:

  • Fajr - 03:02
  • Sunrise - 04:56
  • Dhuhr - 13:07
  • Asr - 18:38
  • Maghrib - 21:17
  • Isha - 23:12

Prayer times were last updated on .

There are many methods used to calculate prayer times. For prayer times calculations in Bolton we use:

  • Fajr: 15 degrees, Isha: 15 degrees
  • Asr: Hanafi
  • High Latitude: Angle-based rule
  • Latitude: 53.5777, Longitude: -2.4279

Five Pillars of Islam

Masjid E Usman - Astley Street, Bolton Mosque
Masjid E Usman – Astley Street

The Five Pillars of Islam are the most important aspects of the Muslim faith. They are the declaration of faith, prayer, fasting, charity, and pilgrimage. These five pillars are the foundation of Islamic law and are required of all Muslims.

  • Shahadah – Shahadah is the Islamic declaration of faith, which states that there is only one God and that Muhammad is His messenger. 
  • Salat – Salat is an important Islamic practice that is required for all Muslims. It is a form of worship that is done five times a day. Salat is considered one of the most important duties of a Muslim.
  • Zakat -Zakat is the giving of a fixed percentage of one’s wealth to charity. The purpose of Zakat is to help the poor and needy, and to purify one’s wealth.
  • Sawm – Sawm is an Arabic word that means “to abstain.” In Islam, sawm is the name given to the obligatory fast during the month of Ramadan.
  • Hajj – The Hajj is an annual pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, that Muslims are required to make at least once in their lifetime if they are able to do so. 
Masjid Al Aqsa - Gilnow Road, Bolton
Masjid Al Aqsa – Gilnow Road

Muslims pray five times a day. The first prayer is called Fajr and is prayed before sunrise. The second prayer is called Dhuhr and is prayed after the sun has passed its zenith.

Taiyabah Masjid - Draycott Street, Bolton Mosque
Taiyabah Masjid – Draycott Street

The third prayer is called Asr and is prayed in the afternoon. The fourth prayer is called Maghrib and is prayed just after sunset.

The fifth and final prayer is called Isha and is prayed late at night.

Prayer time Bolton. Namaz, fajr, salah times in Bolton, UK.

Prayer Times Bolton - May 2024

Muslim prayer times (salah/namaz times) in Bolton for May 2024 are listed in the table below.

DateFajrSunriseDhuhrAsrMaghribIsha
1 May 202403:2605:3413:0718:1620:4122:49
2 May 202403:2305:3213:0718:1720:4222:52
3 May 202403:1905:3013:0718:1920:4422:56
4 May 202403:1705:2813:0618:2020:4622:56
5 May 202403:1605:2613:0618:2120:4822:57
6 May 202403:1505:2413:0618:2220:5022:58
7 May 202403:1405:2213:0618:2320:5122:59
8 May 202403:1305:2013:0618:2420:5323:00
9 May 202403:1305:1813:0618:2520:5523:01
10 May 202403:1205:1713:0618:2620:5623:02
11 May 202403:1105:1513:0618:2720:5823:02
12 May 202403:1005:1313:0618:2821:0023:03
13 May 202403:0905:1113:0618:2921:0223:04
14 May 202403:0805:1013:0618:3021:0323:05
15 May 202403:0705:0813:0618:3121:0523:06
16 May 202403:0705:0713:0618:3221:0723:07
17 May 202403:0605:0513:0618:3321:0823:07
18 May 202403:0505:0313:0618:3421:1023:08
19 May 202403:0405:0213:0618:3521:1123:09
20 May 202403:0405:0013:0618:3521:1323:10
21 May 202403:0304:5913:0618:3621:1423:11
22 May 202403:0204:5813:0618:3721:1623:11
23 May 202403:0204:5613:0718:3821:1723:12
24 May 202403:0104:5513:0718:3921:1923:13
25 May 202403:0004:5413:0718:4021:2023:14
26 May 202403:0004:5313:0718:4121:2223:14
27 May 202402:5904:5213:0718:4121:2323:15
28 May 202402:5904:5013:0718:4221:2423:16
29 May 202402:5804:4913:0718:4321:2623:17
30 May 202402:5804:4813:0718:4421:2723:17
31 May 202402:5804:4713:0718:4421:2823:18

Mosques in Bolton

Mosques are an important part of the Islamic faith. They are places of worship, where Muslims can come together to pray and learn about their religion. Mosques also serve as community centres, providing a place for Muslims to meet and socialise.

Masjid Al Falah - Salisbury Street
Masjid Al Falah – Salisbury Street

The mosques in Bolton are a vital part of the Muslim community in Bolton. They include:

  • Ashrafia Masjid – Cannon Street North
  • Jamia Madina Masjid – Gower Street
  • Madinah Mosque – St George’s Road
  • Makka Mosque – Grecian Crescent
  • Makki Mosque – Eskrick Street
  • Masjid Ahl Al-Sunnah/MA Mission – Halliwell Road
  • Masjid Al Aqsa – Gilnow Road
  • Masjid Al Falah – Salisbury Street
  • Masjid Al-Jamia Darul Quran – Bridgeman Street
  • Masjid E Usman – Astley Street
  • Masjid E-Ibrahim – Carter Street
  • Masjid E-Noor-Ul-Islam – Prospect Street
  • Taiyabah Masjid – Draycott Street
  • Zakariyya Jaam’e Masjid – Peace Street
Ashrafia Masjid - Cannon Street North
Ashrafia Masjid – Cannon Street North

The Bolton Council of Mosques is an organization that represents the Muslim community in Bolton. It is made up of representatives from each of the mosques in Bolton, and it aims to promote understanding and cooperation between the different mosques.

Masjid Al-Jamia Darul Quran - Bridgeman Street
Masjid Al-Jamia Darul Quran – Bridgeman Street

About Bolton

Bolton is a town in North West England. It is located about 10 northwest of Manchester.

Masjid E-Noor-Ul-Islam - Prospect Street, Bolton
Masjid E-Noor-Ul-Islam – Prospect Street

The Metropolitan Borough of Bolton is one of ten metropolitan boroughs in Greater Manchester. Its major settlements are Bolton, Farnworth, Blackrod, Horwich and Westhoughton.

Makki Mosque - Eskrick Street, Bolton
Makki Mosque – Eskrick Street

The current population of the borough is 298,900.

Madinah Mosque - St George's Road, Bolton
Madinah Mosque – St George’s Road

The Muslim population in Bolton at the time of the last census was 32,385. This accounted for around 11.70% of the total population. The Muslim population is made up of a variety of different nationalities, including Pakistani, Bangladeshi, and Indian.

Jamia Madina Masjid - Gower Street, Bolton
Jamia Madina Masjid – Gower Street
Makka Mosque - Grecian Crescent
Makka Mosque – Grecian Crescent

Bolton Map

Prayer times in Bolton are calculated at the position shown on the map below. Times in other areas of the town may differ very slightly.

Map showing location of where Bolton prayer times calculated