Today: May 30, 2024, 6:16 pm

Islamic Prayer Times in Miami, United States

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5:01 am
Fajr
Dawn
Sunrize
Sunrize
6:30 am
Shuruq
Morning
1:18 pm
Dhuhr
Noon
4:44 pm
Asr
Afternoon
Sunset
Sunset
8:07 pm
Maghrib
Evening
9:30 pm
Isha
Night
The upcoming prayer is Fajr: 06:45

Namaz timetable for Miami

If you want to perform prayers at the right time, this page will help you with that. You will find out when it is the appropriate Salah time in Miami , Florida , United States United States — you can check prayer times for your coordinates (25.7616806030273, -80.1917877197266) while on the go. The exact time is calculated based on the position of the Sun in the sky. You can easily change your location using the search bar above.

Prayer Time schedule for Miami, United States for May 2024

 
Fajr
Shuruq
Dhuhr
Asr
Maghrib
Isha
Fajr Shuruq Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
01 5:21 am 6:44 am 1:18 pm 4:47 pm 7:52 pm 9:10 pm
02 5:20 am 6:43 am 1:18 pm 4:47 pm 7:53 pm 9:11 pm
03 5:19 am 6:42 am 1:18 pm 4:47 pm 7:53 pm 9:11 pm
04 5:18 am 6:41 am 1:18 pm 4:47 pm 7:54 pm 9:12 pm
05 5:17 am 6:41 am 1:17 pm 4:46 pm 7:54 pm 9:13 pm
06 5:16 am 6:40 am 1:17 pm 4:46 pm 7:55 pm 9:14 pm
07 5:16 am 6:39 am 1:17 pm 4:46 pm 7:55 pm 9:14 pm
08 5:15 am 6:39 am 1:17 pm 4:46 pm 7:56 pm 9:15 pm
09 5:14 am 6:38 am 1:17 pm 4:46 pm 7:57 pm 9:16 pm
10 5:13 am 6:38 am 1:17 pm 4:46 pm 7:57 pm 9:17 pm
11 5:12 am 6:37 am 1:17 pm 4:45 pm 7:58 pm 9:17 pm
12 5:11 am 6:36 am 1:17 pm 4:45 pm 7:58 pm 9:18 pm
13 5:11 am 6:36 am 1:17 pm 4:45 pm 7:59 pm 9:19 pm
14 5:10 am 6:35 am 1:17 pm 4:45 pm 7:59 pm 9:19 pm
15 5:09 am 6:35 am 1:17 pm 4:45 pm 8:00 pm 9:20 pm
16 5:09 am 6:34 am 1:17 pm 4:45 pm 8:00 pm 9:21 pm
17 5:08 am 6:34 am 1:17 pm 4:45 pm 8:01 pm 9:22 pm
18 5:07 am 6:33 am 1:17 pm 4:44 pm 8:01 pm 9:22 pm
19 5:07 am 6:33 am 1:17 pm 4:44 pm 8:02 pm 9:23 pm
20 5:06 am 6:33 am 1:17 pm 4:44 pm 8:02 pm 9:24 pm
21 5:05 am 6:32 am 1:17 pm 4:44 pm 8:03 pm 9:24 pm
22 5:05 am 6:32 am 1:18 pm 4:44 pm 8:03 pm 9:25 pm
23 5:04 am 6:31 am 1:18 pm 4:44 pm 8:04 pm 9:26 pm
24 5:04 am 6:31 am 1:18 pm 4:44 pm 8:04 pm 9:27 pm
25 5:03 am 6:31 am 1:18 pm 4:44 pm 8:05 pm 9:27 pm
26 5:03 am 6:31 am 1:18 pm 4:44 pm 8:05 pm 9:28 pm
27 5:02 am 6:30 am 1:18 pm 4:44 pm 8:06 pm 9:29 pm
28 5:02 am 6:30 am 1:18 pm 4:44 pm 8:06 pm 9:29 pm
29 5:02 am 6:30 am 1:18 pm 4:44 pm 8:07 pm 9:30 pm
30 5:01 am 6:30 am 1:18 pm 4:44 pm 8:07 pm 9:30 pm
31 5:01 am 6:29 am 1:19 pm 4:44 pm 8:08 pm 9:31 pm

About Salah and Namaz in Miami

Namaz, also known as Salah, is one of the five pillars of Islam. It is a mandatory prayer that Muslims perform five times a day to connect with Allah. Muslim mosques are the places where Muslims gather to perform their prayers, seek guidance and solace.

Miami, located in the state of Florida in the United States, is a diverse city with a growing Muslim community. With the increasing population of Muslims in Miami, the practice of Islamic prayer and the observance of prayer times has become an important aspect of the daily routine for many of its residents.

Islam is the second-largest religion in the world, with over 1.8 billion followers worldwide. The practice of Islam involves praying five times a day, which is known as Namaz or Salah. These prayers are performed at specific times throughout the day and are considered to be a fundamental aspect of Muslim worship.

In Miami, the prayer times are determined based on the location of the city and the position of the sun. The five prayer times are Fajr (dawn), Dhuhr (midday), Asr (afternoon), Maghrib (sunset), and Isha (night). The exact times for each prayer vary depending on the time of year and the length of the day.

The Muslim community in Miami has several mosques and Islamic centers where they can go to pray and perform their daily obligations. These include the Islamic Center of Greater Miami, Masjid Miami Gardens, Masjid An-Noor, and the Islamic School of Miami.

Apart from the daily prayers, Muslims in Miami also observe several important religious events throughout the year. These include Ramadan, the month of fasting; Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan; and Eid al-Adha, which is a celebration of sacrifice.

The Muslim community in Miami is diverse, consisting of people from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Despite the challenges of being a minority group in the United States, the community has been able to establish a strong presence in the city and has contributed to its social and economic growth.

Muslim Mosques in Miami

In the city of Miami, there are several mosques where Muslims can perform their daily prayers. Here are the addresses and phone numbers of some of the prominent mosques in Miami:

Islamic Center of Greater Miami

  • 995 SW 87th Ave, Miami, FL 33174
  • Phone: (305) 559-5005

Islamic School of Miami

  • 11699 SW 147th Ave, Miami, FL 33196
  • Phone: (305) 408-0400

Islamic Center of Miami

  • 4305 NW 183rd St, Miami Gardens, FL 33055
  • Phone: (305) 624-5555

Masjid An-Nour

  • 11680 SW 147th Ave, Miami, FL 33196
  • Phone: (786) 581-4693

Islamic Center of South Florida

  • 507 NE 6th St, Pompano Beach, FL 33060
  • Phone: (954) 946-2723

Prayer Times in Miami

Miami Halal food locations

In addition to mosques, Miami also offers a variety of Halal food options for Muslims. Halal food refers to food that is prepared and consumed following the Islamic dietary laws. Here are some of the locations of Halal food restaurants in Miami:

Safron Grill

  • 1049 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139-5017
  • Phone: (305) 397-8118

Shaddai

  • 9519 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33156-2802
  • Phone: (786) 401-7714

Spitfire

  • 405 15th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139-7902
  • Phone: (305) 397-8567

Al-Amir Bakery & Mediterranean Grill

  • 6627 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33143
  • Phone: (305) 669-8886

Islamic School of Miami

  • 11699 SW 147th Ave, Miami, FL 33196
  • Phone: (305) 408-0400

It is essential to note that these are just a few of the many options available in Miami, and it is always best to ask about Halal accreditation before consuming any food.

Frequently Asked Questions about Prayer, Salah and Adhan times

What is the time of Fajr (Dawn) prayer in Miami today?

The Fajr Salah in Miami today starts at 5:01 am and ends at 6:30 am.

What are the Namaz (Prayer, Salah) times in Miami today?

  • Fajr prayer (Dawn): 5:01 am - 6:30 am
  • Dhuhr salah (Midday): 1:18 pm - 4:44 pm
  • Asr namaz (Afternoon): 4:44 pm - 8:07 pm
  • Maghrib salah (Sunset): 8:07 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Isha prayer (Night): 9:30 pm - 5:01 am

What time does the Adhan (Azan) call start in Miami today?

  • Fajr namaz - 5:01 am
  • Dhuhr prayer - 1:18 pm
  • Asr salah - 4:44 pm
  • Maghrib prayer - 8:07 pm
  • Isha salah - 9:30 pm

When Dhuhr (Noon) time starts in Miami today?

The Dhuhr Prayer in Miami today starts at 1:18 pm

What are the timings of Asr salah in Miami today?

The Asr namaz today starts at 4:44 pm and lasts until 8:07 pm

What time in Miami do the Maghrib starts and ends?

Maghrib salah starts at 8:07 pm and goes out at 9:30 pm

When I can pray Isha (Night) namaz in Miami today:

In Miami the Isha Azan will call at 9:30 pm and the allotted time for Isha prayer will expire at 5:01 am

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