Muslim Prayer Times Solihull

As a Muslim living in or visiting Solihull, it is important to know when the prayer times are. Islam has five obligatory prayers each day, and these must be performed at specific times.

We offer prayer times for today and this month. Times are updated every day.

Prayer Times Solihull - Today

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

  • Fajr - 03:03
  • Sunrise - 05:01
  • Dhuhr - 13:04
  • Asr - 18:32
  • Maghrib - 21:07
  • Isha - 23:06

Prayer times were last updated on .

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

  • Fajr: 15 degrees, Isha: 15 degrees
  • Asr: Hanafi
  • High Latitude: Angle-based rule
  • Latitude: 52.412, Longitude: -1.778

Prayer Times Solihull - May 2024

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

1 May 202403:3405:3513:0418:1220:3422:36
2 May 202403:3105:3313:0418:1320:3622:39
3 May 202403:2805:3113:0418:1520:3722:42
4 May 202403:2505:3013:0418:1620:3922:45
5 May 202403:2205:2813:0418:1720:4122:48
6 May 202403:1805:2613:0418:1820:4222:51
7 May 202403:1505:2413:0418:1920:4422:54
8 May 202403:1305:2213:0418:2020:4622:55
9 May 202403:1205:2113:0418:2120:4722:56
10 May 202403:1105:1913:0418:2220:4922:56
11 May 202403:1105:1713:0318:2220:5122:57
12 May 202403:1005:1513:0318:2320:5222:58
13 May 202403:0905:1413:0318:2420:5422:59
14 May 202403:0805:1213:0318:2520:5523:00
15 May 202403:0705:1113:0318:2620:5723:00
16 May 202403:0705:0913:0418:2720:5923:01
17 May 202403:0605:0813:0418:2821:0023:02
18 May 202403:0505:0613:0418:2921:0223:03
19 May 202403:0405:0513:0418:3021:0323:04
20 May 202403:0405:0413:0418:3121:0523:04
21 May 202403:0305:0213:0418:3121:0623:05
22 May 202403:0305:0113:0418:3221:0723:06
23 May 202403:0205:0013:0418:3321:0923:07
24 May 202403:0104:5813:0418:3421:1023:07
25 May 202403:0104:5713:0418:3521:1223:08
26 May 202403:0004:5613:0418:3621:1323:09
27 May 202403:0004:5513:0418:3621:1423:09
28 May 202402:5904:5413:0418:3721:1523:10
29 May 202402:5904:5313:0518:3821:1723:11
30 May 202402:5904:5213:0518:3821:1823:11
31 May 202402:5804:5113:0518:3921:1923:12

The Five Pillars of Islam and Prayers

The Five Pillars of Islam are the foundation of the faith, and each is an essential part of a Muslim’s relationship with Allah. They are the framework of Muslim life, and each pillar has its importance in the greater context of Islamic spirituality.

The first pillar is the declaration of faith or shahada. Muslims must declare their faith in the oneness of Allah and the prophethood of Muhammad. This is the basic tenet of Islam that is necessary to be a Muslim.

The second pillar is prayer, or salah (salat, namaz). Muslims must pray five times a day.

The third pillar is charity or zakat. Muslims are required to give a portion of their wealth to those in need. This is usually a set percentage, determined by Islamic scholars, and it is used to help the needy, orphans and widows.

The fourth pillar is fasting or sawm. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims are required to abstain from food and drink from sunrise to sunset. This is a time of spiritual reflection, and it is a period of self-discipline and purification.

The fifth pillar is a pilgrimage or hajj. Muslims are required to travel to Mecca at least once in their lifetime. This is a time of spiritual renewal and reaffirmation of faith, and it is an opportunity to connect with other believers from around the world.

Muslim prayers are an important part of a Muslim’s daily life. Every day, Muslims must perform five obligatory prayers, known as the five daily prayers.

Fajr is the morning prayer, and it is performed just before dawn. Dhuhr is the noon prayer, and it is performed when the sun is at its highest point. The afternoon prayer, Asr, is performed just after midday. Maghrib is the sunset prayer, and it is performed shortly after sunset. Lastly, Isha is the night prayer.

Prayer is a way for a Muslim to connect with Allah and express gratitude for all of His blessings.

Map of Solihull

This map shows the location in Solihull where prayer times on this website are calculated.

Map showing location of Solihull

Prayer Times in Other Areas of the West Midlands

We also offer accurate salah times and monthly timetables for other towns and cities in the West Midlands region of England:

Islamic prayer times for more towns and cities in the United Kingdom (UK) can be found here.