Muslim Prayer Times Manchester

Are you looking for Muslim prayer times in Manchester? Look no further, because we’ve compiled all of the information you’ll need.

Prayer is one of the most important aspects of Islam. It’s a way to connect with Allah and ask for His guidance and blessings.

Knowing when to pray, whether you live in Manchester or are simply passing through, is critical.

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

We also provide prayer times for other areas of the United Kingdom.

Prayer Times Manchester - Today

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

  • Fajr - 03:02
  • Sunrise - 04:57
  • Dhuhr - 13:06
  • Asr - 18:36
  • Maghrib - 21:15
  • Isha - 23:10

Prayer times were last updated on .

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

  • Fajr: 15 degrees, Isha: 15 degrees
  • Asr: Hanafi
  • High Latitude: Angle-based rule
  • Latitude: 53.48, Longitude: -2.23

Five Pillars of Islam

The Five Pillars of Islam are the foundation of the faith, and they are considered to be essential aspects of the religion. The pillars define what it means to be a Muslim, and they provide a framework for how Muslims should live their lives.

Each pillar is important, and all five must be observed to maintain one’s status as a Muslim.

  • Shahadah – The first pillar is the declaration of faith, which states that there is only one God and that Muhammad is His messenger.
  • Salat – This pillar requires Muslims to pray five times a day; once in the morning, once at midday, once in the afternoon, once at sunset, and once at night.
  • Zakat – This pillar requires Muslims to give a percentage of their income to charity.
  • Sawm – This pillar requires Muslims to fast during the month of Ramadan.
  • Hajj – This pillar requires Muslims to make a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their lifetimes if they are able.
  • Muslims pray five times a day – at dawn, noon, afternoon, sunset, and evening.

The 5 daily prayers are:

  • Fajr – dawn
  • Dhuhr – midday
  • Asr – afternoon
  • Maghrib – sunset
  • Isha – night
Prayer times Manchester. Namaz times, salah times, isha, fajr.

Prayer Times Manchester - May 2024

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

1 May 202403:2605:3313:0618:1520:4022:47
2 May 202403:2305:3113:0618:1720:4122:51
3 May 202403:1905:2913:0618:1820:4322:54
4 May 202403:1705:2713:0618:1920:4522:55
5 May 202403:1605:2513:0618:2020:4722:56
6 May 202403:1505:2413:0618:2120:4822:57
7 May 202403:1405:2213:0518:2220:5022:58
8 May 202403:1305:2013:0518:2320:5222:59
9 May 202403:1205:1813:0518:2420:5423:00
10 May 202403:1105:1613:0518:2520:5523:01
11 May 202403:1005:1413:0518:2620:5723:01
12 May 202403:0905:1313:0518:2720:5923:02
13 May 202403:0805:1113:0518:2821:0023:03
14 May 202403:0805:0913:0518:2921:0223:04
15 May 202403:0705:0813:0518:3021:0423:05
16 May 202403:0605:0613:0518:3121:0523:05
17 May 202403:0505:0513:0518:3221:0723:06
18 May 202403:0405:0313:0518:3321:0823:07
19 May 202403:0405:0213:0518:3421:1023:08
20 May 202403:0305:0013:0618:3521:1223:09
21 May 202403:0204:5913:0618:3521:1323:10
22 May 202403:0204:5713:0618:3621:1523:10
23 May 202403:0104:5613:0618:3721:1623:11
24 May 202403:0004:5513:0618:3821:1723:12
25 May 202403:0004:5413:0618:3921:1923:13
26 May 202402:5904:5213:0618:4021:2023:13
27 May 202402:5904:5113:0618:4021:2223:14
28 May 202402:5804:5013:0618:4121:2323:15
29 May 202402:5804:4913:0618:4221:2423:15
30 May 202402:5704:4813:0718:4321:2623:16
31 May 202402:5704:4713:0718:4321:2723:17

About Manchester

Manchester is a city and metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester, England.

Manchester is encircled by the Cheshire Plain to the south, the Pennines to the north and east, and an arc of towns that make up a continuous urban area.

Manchester’s history begins with the Roman fort of Mamucium, which was established around AD 79.

The Industrial Revolution was a time of great change for Manchester. Its rise to prominence was largely due to its convenient location. The city was situated near several key resources, including coal deposits and rivers. This made it an ideal place for factories and mills, which quickly began to spring up in Manchester during the early 1800s.

The Industrial Revolution brought about a wide range of social changes, including an increase in population and a rise in poverty levels. Despite these challenges, Manchester continued to grow and prosper, emerging as one of the most important cities in England.

Today, Manchester is a thriving metropolis with a diverse economy, strong cultural scene, and rich architectural heritage. The city is also home to two world-famous football clubs, Manchester United and Manchester City. With its vibrant atmosphere and stunning architecture, Manchester is a truly wonderful place to live.

Large-scale immigration of Muslims to Manchester began after World War II when workers from South Asia were brought to the city to work in the textile mills. Today, Muslims make up around 15.80% of the city’s population, and the community is remarkably diverse, with people from a wide range of countries and cultures represented.

The Muslim community has made a valuable contribution to the city, and its members are active in all walks of life, from business and politics to education and the arts.

Manchester is home to many mosques and Islamic centres, and there is a strong sense of community among its Muslim residents.

Manchester Map

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

Map showing location of where Manchester prayer times calculated