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Prayer Times in Columbus, Ohio

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You can print the Islamic Calendar 2024 and namaz timetable of prayer times in Columbus for the whole year. The Prayer Timings schedule of Columbus is updated automatically, so you can always find the most authentic and accurate prayer timings and Ramadan Calendar 2024 for the month of Ramadan Columbus. You can also download the Muslim and Quran app for prayer timings to view all namaz times anywhere, anytime. The Muslim and Quran app also gives you a chance to log your PrayerBook and notifies you to view your prayer history with ease all the time.


Popular Mosques in Columbus, Ohio


The United States is a diverse nation of people from various religious and cultural backgrounds. The country's fabric is woven with threads of different creeds and faiths, all of which contribute to the rich tapestry of American society. Given that Islam is the second-largest religion in the world, it's hardly surprising that Muslims have a strong presence in the United States, with over three and a half million of them currently residing there.


Columbus, the capital of Ohio, is one of the most populous cities in the United States, and almost 1% of its total population consists of Muslims. The presence of Muslims can especially be felt at the mosques, where the community gets together to perform the five daily prayers, celebrate events, and even attend special courses on Islamic teachings. Mosques act like community centers for the locals in Columbus. Here are some of the well-known mosques and their prayer times in Columbus, Ohio: 
 

1. Omar Mosque


Omar Mosque, also known as Masjid Omar, was the first mosque in the community and was founded by a group of Ohio State University graduates in the 1980s. These students came together to form a place of worship for Muslims from diverse backgrounds to get together to pray, study, and even take part in different community activities.


You can offer the five daily prayers and the Friday prayer in congregation at Omar Mosque. Moreover, a separate English and Arabic Khutbah is delivered every Friday for the benefit of the diverse Muslim communities in Columbus. Along with the daily and Friday prayers, weekly Quran, Tafseer, and Tajweed classes are held at the mosque. In addition, Masjid Omar offers multiple programs, such as the Murabbi Program and the Quran Hifth Program, which provide a detailed study of the Quran for a deeper understanding of its teachings. The course is taught in a manner that improves the overall recitation skills of the student.


The masjid also offers the Homework Assistance Program, in collaboration with the Muslim Family Service, which helps students with their schoolwork and allows them to acquire extra assistance for the areas they find challenging. These students can be of all ages and are helped by volunteers, professionals, and graduate college students from the community to complete their work. Masjid Omar is a place of worship, but it has also become a safe space for the Muslims in the community. All the mentors at the mosque are trusted individuals who are well acquainted with the core values of Islam, which is why the people of the community are comfortable getting guidance from them. 
 

Omar Mosque, Columbus - Prayer Times 
 

  • Fajr - 6:37 am
  • Dhuhr - 12:37 pm
  • Asr - 3:03 pm
  • Maghrib - 5:12 pm
  • Ishā - 6:42 pm
  • Friday Prayer – Jummah 1(English Khutbah): 12:30 pm
  • Friday Prayer – Jummah 2 (Arabic Khutbah): 1:30 pm


Omar Mosque, Columbus – Contact Details
 

2. Masjid Ibn Taymiyah and Islamic Center


Masjid Ibn Taymiyah and Islamic Center is a central place for Muslims in the community to pray according to the prayer times in Columbus, Ohio. The residents of the area also have the option to indulge in different learning programs that will further increase their knowledge of  Islam. The main aim behind building the mosque was to create a source of guidance for Muslims, especially the youth. The facilities here are specially designed to equip them to practice Islam in the best possible manner. 


The masjid has several Islamic school programs, including the Halaqah programs, which are available for children as well as for the youth. These courses solely include the teachings of the Quran and Hadith and are available for both men and women. The center also provides Nikkah and Counseling services for couples. Funeral services are also present in case a death occurs nearby. Masjid Ibn Taymiyah and Islamic Center encourage non-Muslims in the community to engage with Muslims at events and learn more about Islam and its attributes. A  New Muslim Support and Education program has also been established for individuals who have recently converted to Islam to make the basic guidelines of the religion accessible to them. 
 

Masjid Ibn Taymiyah and Islamic Center, Columbus - Prayer Times    
 

  • Fajr - 6:17 AM
  • Dhuhr - 12:22 PM
  • Asr - 2:48 PM
  • Maghrib - 5:06 PM
  • Ishā - 6:27 PM
     

Masjid Ibn Taymiyah and Islamic Center, Columbus – Contact Details
 

3. Masjid-As-Salaamah


The inauguration of Masjid-As-Salaamah took place in August of 2010, corresponding with the blessed night of Ramadan 10, 1431. The mosque was created with the purpose of serving the Muslim community in Columbus. At Masjid-As-Salaamah, regular prayers are conducted strictly according to the prayer times in Columbus, Ohio. There are several youth programs that are conducted for the young folks of the community, including Arabic classes and weekend school. 


Masjid-As-Salaamah is authorized to legally perform marriages and even carry out funeral services. All these facilities are conducted according to Islamic principles and carried out efficiently. Islamic counseling is available at the mosque to resolve disputes between Muslims in the community. The counseling is present for various issues, including familial and financial disputes, and it is directly supervised by the imam, who resolves the issue in accordance with Islamic law. 


Masjid-As-Salaamah, Columbus - Prayer Times   
 

  • Fajr - 6:23 am                   
  • Dhuhr - 12:22 pm
  • Asr - 2:48 pm  
  • Maghrib - 5:10 pm
  • Ishā - 6:26 pm 
  • Friday Prayers: 1:00 pm 


Masjid-As-Salaamah, Columbus – Contact Details
 

4. Masjid Al-Huda


Masjid Al-Huda is an Islamic center located in Central Columbus. The imam of the masjid is licensed and legally ordained to perform matrimonial services in Columbus, Ohio. The Nikkah services are conducted by the main imam of the mosque. Community service and rehabilitation facilities are available at Masjid Al-Huda mosque thanks to the regular donors who keep the cycle running.


The rehabilitation facilities are run by professionals who make sure that every individual is treated in the best possible manner, making the healing process easier for them. The donations that are collected here are also used to reconstruct mosques in need of repair. Masjid Al-Huda is a community-led Islamic Center that has become a home for many struggling individuals in Columbus.
 

Masjid Al-Huda, Columbus - Prayer Times    
 

  • Fajr - 6:20 am                   
  • Dhuhr - 12:45 pm
  • Asr – 3:30 pm
  • Maghrib - 5:20 pm
  • Ishā - 7:30 pm 
  • Friday Prayers: 12:30 pm 


Masjid Al-Huda, Columbus – Contact Details
 

5. Noor Islamic Cultural Center


Noor Islamic Cultural Center (NICC) has been open for service since September 2006, and it is a well-known community service area for Muslims in the Greater Columbus region. The people of this region are multi-cultural and multi-lingual, so the mosque becomes a unifying factor for all of them, allowing them to get together and form a community.


The NICC is a non-profit organization that conducts prayers according to the prayer times in Columbus, Ohio. Marriage and counseling services are available here. One of the most significant aspects of this mosque is that it hosts a food pantry for people in need. Simultaneously, the NICC has also partnered with MUHSEN to provide help to families with special needs.


As a part of its educational programs, it has specific courses for the youth as well as a Hifz program, which includes part-time and full-time classes. Regular Quran classes are readily conducted for the community, and anybody can avail of these services. The Noor Community Clinic was also established in the mosque with the help of Muslim Physicians and Health care professionals in 2012. The services of this clinic are available every Wednesday from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Rardin Family Practice Center for individuals who are uninsured and underserved.


The NICC is open to people of all faiths and cultures. Its services and educational programs were created for the betterment of the community, which is why discrimination is unacceptable in any form.


Noor Islamic Cultural Center, Columbus - Prayer Times       
 

  • Fajr - 6:19 am
  • Dhuhr - 12:24 pm
  • Asr - 2:49 pm
  • Maghrib - 5:08 pm
  • Ishā – 7:30 pm
  • Friday Prayers: Jummah 1&2 - 12:15 pm and 1:15 pm (English) 
  • Friday Prayers: Jummah 3 - 2:15 pm (Arabic)               


Noor Islamic Cultural Center, Columbus – Contact Details
 

FAQs

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The Fajr prayer time in Columbus is 06:01 AM today.

The Dhuhr prayer time in Columbus is 12:45 PM today.

The Asr prayer time in Columbus is 03:48 PM today.

The Maghrib prayer time in Columbus is 06:16 PM today.

The Isha prayer time in Columbus is 07:29 PM today.

The Sunrise time in Columbus is 07:16 AM today.

The Sunset time in Columbus is 06:16 PM today.

Yes, you can subscribe to receive daily prayer notifications with the Muslim & Quran - Prayer Times mobile application in your location. Download the application on your android or iPhone smartphone, select prayer timings and enable prayer times notifications. The app allows you to choose your preferred prayer timings calculation method; either high altitude calculation method or timings from the most authentic prayer times calculation authority in your region. Users also have the option to choose their preferred Fiqh and daylight savings to adjust the prayer times automatically. Users can also choose their own notification sound.

If you are following daylight saving time, the time of your daily prayers will have to be adjusted accordingly. The Muslim and Quran - Prayer Times mobile application allows users to enable daylight savings time. To enable the feature, select prayer timings, go to settings, select daylight savings, choose the daylight savings time applicable in your region (+1 hour, +30 minutes, - 30 minutes, -1 hour, etc) and receive auto-adjusted prayer times notification on your phone.

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