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Prayer Times in Boston

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You can print the Islamic Calendar 2024 and namaz timetable of prayer times in Boston for the whole year. The Prayer Timings schedule of Boston is updated automatically, so you can always find the most authentic and accurate prayer timings and Ramadan Calendar 2024 for the month of Ramadan Boston. 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 Boston

 

During prayer times in Boston, the more than 50,000 Muslims who call Boston home gather at community centers and mosques to offer their prayers in congregations. Boston accurately represents a diverse modern city; people from all over the world came to Boston and made it a colorful mix of cultures, ethnicities, languages, and faiths. Bostonian Muslims are also a prominent sub-set of the city’s heterogeneous society. 

 

A few prominent mosques in Boston are affiliated with community centers and Islamic societies. These mosques allow Muslims in Boston to find a peaceful place to offer their prayers, meet others from the community, participate in events of Eid and Ramadan and learn more about their religion. 

 

From beautiful interior and exterior designs to capable and learned scholars, these mosques offer everything in these places of comfort to the people of the faith. Muslims from all over the city visit these mosques during prayer times in Boston, Friday sermons, Funeral prayers, wedding ceremonies, or Tarawih during Ramadan. 

Here is a list of famous mosques in Boston for you to review and visit at your convenience:

 

1. Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center 

 

First on our list of famous mosques in Boston is the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (I.S.B.C.C.). It is a non-profit organization that doubles as a mosque and accommodates a congregation of 1500 Muslims every Friday. I.S.B.C.C.’s mission is to serve Boston’s Muslim community by fostering peace and acceptance in American society while helping them fulfill their social, spiritual, educational, and cultural obligations.

 

The mosque is built on a large 70,000 square foot of land, designed to serve as a social service organization with a school, café, community halls for various events, gift shops, washing chambers for funerals, and spaces for other functions. In addition, it is also an Islamic educational institute; classes are held on the premises daily and on weekends. The mosque also plans to build a library of religious studies. 

 

The organization understands the community’s needs and is ever-evolving; during the COVID-19 lockdown, the mosque offered virtual programs for the educational development of Muslim children and other scholarly groups. The I.S.B.C.C. building is a cultural landmark located in the most historic neighborhoods of Boston, in the middle of Roxbury, a town with a rich and diverse history. It is the largest mosque in not only Massachusetts but the whole of New England. Even the non-Muslim residents of the city take pride in its multicultural symbolism. 

 

Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center Mosque, Boston - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr - 5:50 am
  • Dhuhr - 12:00 pm
  • Asr - 2:10 pm
  • Maghrib - 4:20 pm
  • Ishā - 7:00 pm
  • Friday PrayerKhutbah - 1:00 pm

 

Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center Mosque Contact Details

 

 

2. Boston Islamic Center – Masjid Al-Taqwa

 

Boston Islamic Center is a non-profit organization for Boston’s Muslims founded by Somali Muslims. Along with daily and Friday prayers, the mosque offers many social and educational services to the people of the faith to preserve their religious values. Muslims come here to meditate, pray, learn and educate, get counseling, and above all, to worship. B.I.C. provides a vast space for five daily prayers, a Friday sermon, Tarawih during Ramadan, and prayers for different religious occasions. 

 

The center holds Islamic education classes where scholars educate young students on Quran, Hadith, Sunnah, and Seerah. Counseling sessions, group therapy, and mediation are also held at the B.I.C. The primary goal and mission of B.I.C. are to strengthen the bond in the Muslim community and create achievable and reasonable standards for Muslim children by following and propagating Quran and Sunnah. 

 

In addition, the objective behind their existence is to preserve the religion and culture of Somali Muslims and spread awareness regarding the needs and obligations of this faith in Western society. The contact information and prayer times in Boston at this beautifully built mosque are below.

 

Boston Islamic Center – Masjid Al-Taqwa, Boston - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr - 05:31 AM
  • Dhuhr - 11:34 AM
  • Asr - 01:55 PM
  • Maghrib - 04:14 PM
  • Ishā - 05:36 PM
  • Friday Prayer – 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM

 

Boston Islamic Center – Masjid Al-Taqwa Contact Details

 

 

3. Masjid Alhamdulillah

 

Constructed in the 1950s, Masjid Alhamdulillah is the oldest mosque in Boston. It has many firsts to its name, including the honor of being the first mosque in Boston to hold congregational Eid prayers. Among the many services provided at the mosque, the most noteworthy are marriage services & counseling, pre-marital consultation, divorce counseling, mediation and discussions among community members, and educational classes for learning Arabic and Islam. Other benefits include Burial and Hajj committees to help the community. 

 

One of the most well-known programs at this mosque is the Islamic Multi-Service Organization (I.M.S.O.), which caters to the social needs of the Muslim community and offers clothing, food, employment referrals, counseling, re-entering, and youth mentoring programs. Another popular program is the Islamic weekend school, M.E.C.C. It allows scholars and children to learn the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah. For the past 60 years, people of the Islamic community have come to this mosque at prayer times in Boston to offer Salah, learn Quran, and attend Friday sermons. 

 

Mosque Praise Allah Prayer Timings

 

  • Fajr - 4:15 am
  • Dhuhr - 1:00 pm
  • Asr - 5:00 pm
  • Maghrib - 8:00 pm
  • Ishā - 9:30 pm
  • Friday Prayer – 1:15 pm 

 

Mosque Praise Allah Details

 

 

4. Al-Huda Society

 

Al-Huda Society is not just a mosque; it is a community center that allows Muslims from all over Massachusetts to come together and study Islam. In addition, it is committed to preserving the identity and values of the Islamic community in Boston. The society aims to ignite aspiration in Muslims about learning more about the religion and promoting the comprehensive code of conduct described in the Quran and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ). 

 

The Al-Huda Society offers a wide range of programs and services to the Muslim community. The mosques hold five daily prayers, youth activities, weekend programs, Quran classes, lectures, workshops, and other social events on numerous Islamic occasions like Eid and Ramadan. The youth program here focuses on engaging youth and helping them improve their self-esteem, increase their knowledge, dedicate time to serving the community, and strengthen their bond with religion. With a mission to establish a safe and secure place for Muslims to practice their faith, Al-Huda has become one of the most well-known Islamic centers in Greater Boston.

 

Al-Huda Society Prayer Timings

 

  • Fajr - 06:37 
  • Dhuhr - 12:36 
  • Asr - 14:53
  • Maghrib - 17:11
  • Ishā - 18:35
  • Friday Prayer – 1:00

 

Al-Huda Society Details

 

 

5. Al Noor Academy

 

Al-Noor Academy is an Islamic school accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (N.E.A.S.C.). It has a mission to educate Muslim children and youth in light of Islamic traditions. The core values of this Academy are the four main pillars that lead to Sirat-al-Mustaqeem: Ilm (Knowledge), Ihsan (Excellence), Ibadah (Worship), and Adl (Justice). 

 

The Al-Noor Academy is a place where parents can send their children to receive a complete education in a full-time school. While other Islamic centers have weekend schools to maintain religious and cultural backgrounds, this Academy enables students to acquire adequate learning opportunities. Founded in 1996, Al Noor Academy began with pre-kindergarten to grade 6 classes. A few years later, it grew further with the community’s support and was upgraded to high school. 

 

Al-Huda Academy is a full-time high school ranked as the best school in Bristol County. In recent years, it has had nearly 150 graduates per academic year. These students excel in their religious and worldly education, many getting admissions to renowned universities like M.I.T., the University of Harvard, and the University of Boston. 

 

Al Noor Academy Details

 

 

FAQs

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The Fajr prayer time in Boston is 05:11 AM today.

The Dhuhr prayer time in Boston is 11:57 AM today.

The Asr prayer time in Boston is 02:58 PM today.

The Maghrib prayer time in Boston is 05:27 PM today.

The Isha prayer time in Boston is 06:45 PM today.

The Sunrise time in Boston is 06:28 AM today.

The Sunset time in Boston is 05:27 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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