Muslim Prayer Times Leeds

If you are looking for Muslim prayer times in Leeds, you have come to the right place. We have all of the information you need to know about when and where to pray. We also have a list of local mosques for you to visit.

Muslim prayer times in Leeds in West Yorkshire can be found below. We offer prayer times for today and this month. Times are updated every day.

Prayer Times Leeds - Today

Muslim prayer times (salah/namaz times) in Leeds for today, Wednesday 22 May 2024, are:

  • Fajr - 02:58
  • Sunrise - 04:53
  • Dhuhr - 13:03
  • Asr - 18:34
  • Maghrib - 21:14
  • Isha - 23:08

Prayer times were last updated on .

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

  • Fajr: 15 degrees, Isha: 15 degrees
  • Asr: Hanafi
  • High Latitude: Angle-based rule
  • Latitude: 53.7992, Longitude: -1.5451

Prayer times for more UK towns and cities can be found here.

Prayer Times Leeds - May 2024

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

1 May 202403:2005:3013:0318:1320:3822:48
2 May 202403:1705:2713:0318:1420:4022:51
3 May 202403:1405:2513:0318:1520:4222:53
4 May 202403:1305:2313:0318:1620:4322:53
5 May 202403:1205:2213:0318:1720:4522:54
6 May 202403:1105:2013:0318:1920:4722:55
7 May 202403:1005:1813:0318:2020:4922:56
8 May 202403:0905:1613:0318:2120:5022:57
9 May 202403:0905:1413:0318:2220:5222:58
10 May 202403:0805:1213:0318:2320:5422:58
11 May 202403:0705:1013:0318:2420:5622:59
12 May 202403:0605:0913:0318:2520:5723:00
13 May 202403:0505:0713:0318:2620:5923:01
14 May 202403:0405:0513:0318:2721:0123:02
15 May 202403:0305:0413:0318:2821:0223:03
16 May 202403:0205:0213:0318:2921:0423:04
17 May 202403:0205:0013:0318:3021:0623:04
18 May 202403:0104:5913:0318:3121:0723:05
19 May 202403:0004:5713:0318:3121:0923:06
20 May 202402:5904:5613:0318:3221:1023:07
21 May 202402:5904:5413:0318:3321:1223:08
22 May 202402:5804:5313:0318:3421:1423:08
23 May 202402:5804:5213:0318:3521:1523:09
24 May 202402:5704:5013:0318:3621:1623:10
25 May 202402:5604:4913:0318:3721:1823:11
26 May 202402:5604:4813:0318:3821:1923:11
27 May 202402:5504:4713:0318:3821:2123:12
28 May 202402:5504:4613:0418:3921:2223:13
29 May 202402:5404:4513:0418:4021:2323:14
30 May 202402:5404:4413:0418:4121:2523:14
31 May 202402:5304:4313:0418:4121:2623:15

Five Pillars of Islam

The Five Pillars of Islam are the foundation of Muslim life.

They are the testimony of faith, prayer, giving zakat (support of the needy), fasting during Ramadan, and the pilgrimage to Mecca.

They are a reminder that Muslims should put their faith into action in all aspects of their lives. The Five Pillars are not just rituals; they are a way to live a morally responsible and virtuous life.

They represent the balance that Islam seeks to achieve between body and soul, this world and the next, individual and community. The Five Pillars are a practical expression of Islamic belief that can be seen in the everyday lives of Muslims around the world.

Muslims perform five prayers daily. The specific times of day for these prayers are determined by the position of the sun.

The first prayer, known as Fajr, is performed at dawn. The second prayer, known as Dhuhr, is performed at noon. The third prayer, known as Asr, is performed in the afternoon. The fourth prayer, known as Maghrib, is performed at sunset. The fifth and final prayer, known as Isha, is performed at night.

Muslim prayer times (salah times) for Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK.

Muslims and Mosques in Leeds

At the time of the last census, 40,772 Muslims were living in Leeds, representing 5.43% of the total population of the city.

There are many mosques in Leeds. These serve as a place of worship for the city’s Muslim population and provide a valuable resource for those seeking to learn about Islam. They include:

  • Leeds Grand Mosque
  • Makkah Masjid
  • Masjid Bilal
  • Lincoln Green Mosque
  • Jamia Masjid Ghousia
  • Masjid Ibraheem
  • Shahjalal Jamia Masjid

Leeds Council of Mosques is an organization that represents the Muslim community in Leeds. It is made up of representatives from different mosques in the city, and it aims to promote unity and understanding between the Muslim community and the wider society.

Map of Leeds

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Map showing location of where Leeds prayer times calculated