Prayer Times in London

Prayer, or Salah, is one of the five essential pillars of Islam. Taking time out to pray, five times a day, helps us remember Allah and our purpose in life – to worship Him. When we turn towards Mecca, we are united with all the Muslims around the world who face the same direction, and when we raise our hands to begin Salah, we put aside the stresses and worries of life to remember our Lord.

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The following timetable has been sourced from the East London Mosque and is applicable for London – local variations can be found below the table.

London Prayer Timings

2017-04-29

Prayer Name Start Time Jamaat Time
Fajr 03:57 04:27
Dhuhr 01:03 01:30
Asr 06:03 06:30
Maghrib 08:24 08:29
Isha 09:35 10:00

When we pray, we communicate directly with Allah, and we are closest to Him in sujud, or prostration. This is one of the best times to supplicate, or make du’a – so next time you are in sujud, take a moment to ask Allah to relieve the poverty and suffering of those we support around the world. We have compiled some prayer resources for the ongoing Syria Humanitarian Crisis.

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