Prayer Times in Bronx, New York

Get the most accurate The Bronx, New York, United States Azan and Namaz times with both weekly Salat timings and monthly Salah timetable.

Offering daily prayer (Salat) is one of the most vital and essential duties that have to be performed as well as fulfilled by all the Muslims worldwide. All your problems are going to be solved when you offer your prayers on the right salat time and Allah’s (SWT) blessings will always be on you.

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Latitude: 40.84985
Longitude: -73.86641

 

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Ramadan 1445 - Shawwal 1445

April 2024
April Ramadan Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha Qiyam
01 Mon 22 05:21 06:38 12:59 16:34 19:21 20:38 01:00
02 Tue 23 05:19 06:36 12:59 16:35 19:22 20:39 00:59
03 Wed 24 05:17 06:35 12:59 16:35 19:23 20:41 00:59
04 Thu 25 05:15 06:33 12:58 16:35 19:24 20:42 00:59
05 Fri 26 05:14 06:31 12:58 16:36 19:25 20:43 00:58
06 Sat 27 05:12 06:30 12:58 16:36 19:26 20:44 00:58
07 Sun 28 05:10 06:28 12:57 16:37 19:27 20:46 00:58
08 Mon 29 05:08 06:27 12:57 16:37 19:28 20:47 00:58
09 Tue 30 05:06 06:25 12:57 16:37 19:29 20:48 00:57
April Shawwal
10 Wed 01 05:04 06:23 12:57 16:38 19:30 20:50 00:57
11 Thu 02 05:03 06:22 12:56 16:38 19:31 20:51 00:57
12 Fri 03 05:01 06:20 12:56 16:38 19:32 20:52 00:57
13 Sat 04 04:59 06:19 12:56 16:39 19:34 20:54 00:56
14 Sun 05 04:57 06:17 12:56 16:39 19:35 20:55 00:56
15 Mon 06 04:55 06:16 12:55 16:39 19:36 20:56 00:56
16 Tue 07 04:54 06:14 12:55 16:40 19:37 20:58 00:56
17 Wed 08 04:52 06:13 12:55 16:40 19:38 20:59 00:55
18 Thu 09 04:50 06:11 12:55 16:40 19:39 21:00 00:55
19 Fri 10 04:48 06:10 12:54 16:41 19:40 21:02 00:55
20 Sat 11 04:46 06:08 12:54 16:41 19:41 21:03 00:55
21 Sun 12 04:45 06:07 12:54 16:41 19:42 21:04 00:54
22 Mon 13 04:43 06:05 12:54 16:42 19:43 21:06 00:54
23 Tue 14 04:41 06:04 12:54 16:42 19:44 21:07 00:54
24 Wed 15 04:39 06:02 12:53 16:42 19:45 21:08 00:54
25 Thu 16 04:38 06:01 12:53 16:42 19:46 21:10 00:54
26 Fri 17 04:36 06:00 12:53 16:43 19:47 21:11 00:54
27 Sat 18 04:34 05:58 12:53 16:43 19:48 21:13 00:53
28 Sun 19 04:33 05:57 12:53 16:43 19:49 21:14 00:53
29 Mon 20 04:31 05:56 12:53 16:44 19:50 21:15 00:53
30 Tue 21 04:29 05:54 12:53 16:44 19:51 21:17 00:53
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Prayer Times today in The Bronx, New York, United States are Fajar Prayer Time 04:48, Dhuhr Prayer Time 12:54, Asar Prayer Time 16:41, Maghrib Prayer Time 19:40 & Isha Prayer Time 21:02. Get the most accurate The Bronx, New York, United States Azan and Namaz times with both weekly Salat timings and monthly Salah timetable.

Popular Mosques in Bronx, New York

 

Mosques are full at prayer times in Bronx, New York because New York City has a sizeable Muslim population across the five boroughs. It is home to 9% of the 22% Muslim population in the USA. The Bronx is home to a diverse community of 1.5 million Muslims who come together to worship at a variety of mosques.

 

From historic landmarks to modern architectural gems, these mosques serve as places of worship and as centers of community life. In this guide, we'll look at some of the most popular mosques in and around the Bronx, their history, and what makes them unique. Whether you're a local or a visitor, you can use this list to find a mosque to offer your daily prayers.  

 

1. Bronx Muslim Center 

 

The Bronx Muslim Center is a community center and a masjid (mosque) that holds daily, Friday, and special Islamic congregational prayers. The mosque's main prayer hall has a capacity of around 175 worshippers. The Bronx Muslim Center is located in the heart of the borough and serves a large congregation of more than 600 Muslim men and women. The prayer hall is insufficient for all congregants to offer prayer at once; therefore, the BMC mosque holds two Jummah (Friday) prayers. Even then, some believers are forced to offer their salah in the hallways, stairs, and the sidewalk.

 

Given the need for a bigger prayer hall, the Bronx Muslim Center is seeking funds. They have raised about 60% of the funds, and you can find out more about how to donate here. In addition to being a masjid, the center also arranges events frequently, including fundraising events. They also have Tafsir events where the Quran is recited and explained by the Muallim of the mosque. The masjid is easily accessible from Rhinelander Avenue, White Plains, and Hunt Avenue roads. 

 

Bronx Muslim Center, Bronx New York - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 5:58 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:01 pm
  • Asr: 2:26 pm
  • Maghrib: 4:44 pm
  • Isha: 6:05 pm
  • Friday Sermon: 12:00 pm
  • Friday Prayer: 12:02 pm, 01:00 pm

 

Bronx Muslim Center Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Not available 
  • Restroom: Available for men only 
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: Yes 
  • Parking: On-premises
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible 
  • Denomination: Sunni

 

Bronx Muslim Center Contact Details

 

 

2. Masjid Al-Huda 

 

Located on White Plains Road, Masjid Al-Huda is a spacious and welcoming mosque in the Bronx. The mosque is clean, the Imam's helpful, and it has a separate prayer area for women. Given the size of the Muslim population in the area, this mosque also has a large congregation. Although the main prayer hall can accommodate a few hundred believers at once, the mosque still holds two Jummah prayers every Friday to accommodate all worshipers. 

 

The masjid is open till about midnight, allowing Muslims to offer their Isha prayers and recite Quran or Dhikr after work. During Ramadan, the mosque is open till Fajr time; worshippers can perform late-night prayers at the mosque in the last ten days. Masjid Al-Huda welcomes non-Muslims and holds interfaith dialogue sessions often when new Muslims want to learn more about the faith. Overall, it is a very welcoming mosque and one that anyone can walk into and learn more about the faith. 

 

Masjid Al-Huda, Bronx New York - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 5:58 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:01 pm
  • Asr: 2:26 pm
  • Maghrib: 4:44 pm
  • Isha: 6:05 pm
  • Friday Prayer: 12:15 pm, 1:15 pm  

 

Masjid Al-Huda Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available for men only 
  • Restroom: Available for men only
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: Yes
  • Parking: Not readily available
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: The prayer hall is Wheelchair accessible only 
  • Denomination: Sunni

 

Masjid Al-Huda Contact Details

 

  • Website: Masjid Al-Huda 
  • Address/Location: 3979 White Plains Rd, Bronx, NY 10466, USA
  • Phone Number: (718) 653-6848
  • Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/DUEjt2qGcbpJaP1X7

 

3. North Bronx Islamic Center Inc. 

 

The North Bronx Islamic Center Inc. is located in the North Bronx Norwood neighborhood and serves nearby areas, including Bedford Park and Woodlawn. The center is easily accessible via New York public transportation and the local bus service.  Muslims from all parts of the world visit the mosque to attend prayers, but the mosque-goers are predominantly from Pakistan, African, Albanian, Arabian, Bangladeshi, and India. 

 

The mosque was started in the basement of a building by a few worshippers who needed a place to offer their daily prayers. Soon, the congregation grew bigger, and the management built a proper mosque in 2010. However, the mosque is still a small local mosque that holds daily congregational prayers but not the Jummah prayers. Moreover, the daily prayers five times are accompanied by Tafsir-e-Quran (explanation of the Quran) 

 

North Bronx Islamic Center Inc., Bronx, New York- Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 5:58 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:01 pm
  • Asr: 2:26 pm
  • Maghrib: 4:44 pm
  • Isha: 6:05 pm

 

North Bronx Islamic Center Inc. Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available for men only 
  • Restroom: Available for men 
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: No
  • Parking: Not easily available
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible 
  • Denomination: Sunni

 

North Bronx Islamic Center Contact Details

 

  • Website: North Bronx Islamic Center 
  • Address/Location: 3156 Perry Avenue, Basement, Bronx, New York 
  • Zip code: 10467
  • Phone Number: 718 515 3559
  • Social Media: Facebook 
  • Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/UfftquKnZEa7K3cz6

 

4. Islamic Cultural Center of the Bronx 

 

The Islamic Cultural Center of the Bronx was established in 1999 for Muslim immigrants from West Africa. The management procured a residential building and renovated it into a mosque to accommodate the growing number of Muslim worshippers in the neighborhood. Tragically, the building was consumed by a fire in 2009 and declared unsafe by the New York Fire department. The mosque is currently trying to raise funds to rebuild the mosque and has so far collected $800,000, but it still needs 2.2 million dollars. 

 

The mosque is operating from a temporary site until the new building is erected. Right now, it only offers daily congregational prayers, but Jummah prayers have been postponed indefinitely. The mosque arranges weekend Islamic school lessons for children and adults. On weekends there are also evening lectures on Islamic principles for adults. Other services include summer youth development programs, marriage counseling, adult literacy programs with ESL, memorial services for bereaved families, and Iftar for families during Ramadan.

 

Islamic Cultural Center of the Bronx, Bronx New York - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 5:58 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:01 pm
  • Asr: 2:26 pm
  • Maghrib: 4:44 pm
  • Isha: 6:05 pm

 

Islamic Cultural Center of the Bronx Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Separate facilities available for men & women
  • Restroom: Separate facilities available for men & women
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: Yes 
  • Parking: Not easily available
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: The prayer hall is wheelchair accessible only
  • Denomination: Nondenominational

 

Islamic Cultural Center of the Bronx Contact Details

 

 

5. Baitul Maamur Jame Masjid

 

Baitul Maamur Jame Masjid is a small mosque located in the Bronx and is predominately attended by Bengali worshippers. The mosque was closed for Eid and Jumma prayers during COVID-19 but recently opened with guidelines. All worshipers must wear a mask and bring their prayer mats. For those who cannot stand during prayer, foldable chairs are available readily. Baitul Maamur has rave reviews on Google, and many locals regard the mosque as essential in bringing the Muslim community together. If you live nearby, Baitul Maamur is an excellent place to offer daily and Jummah prayers. 

 

Baitul Maamur Jame Masjid, Bronx New York - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr: 5:58 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:01 pm
  • Asr: 2:26 pm
  • Maghrib: 4:44 pm
  • Isha: 6:05 pm
  • Friday Prayer: 1:30 pm  

 

Baitul Maamur Jame Masjid Facilities 

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available for Men Only 
  • Restroom: Separate Facilities Available for Men & Women
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: Yes
  • Parking: Not Easily Available
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible 
  • Denomination: Sunni

 

Baitul Maamur Jame Masjid Contact Details

 

  • Website: Baitul Maamur Jame Masjid
  • Address/Location: 1511 Saint Peters Avenue, The Bronx, NY
  • Phone Number: (718) 450-7007
  • Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/W4d9L3Dn9bXTKViN6

 

6. The Bronx Islamic Society  

 

The Bronx Islamic Society is a beautiful white building with a golden dome. It is an active community center and mosque that seeks to engage the Muslim population living in the Bronx, especially children. It provides opportunities for young Muslims to engage in educational, learning, and play-through-learning opportunities to understand their deen and remain connected to it spiritually. In addition, it seeks to be an all-inclusive organization where Muslims can find the support and confidence, they need to live a life according to Islamic principles. 

 

The mosque holds daily congregational prayers, Jummah prayers, Quran classes, and short-term and long-term education activities for children and adults. The mosque is clean, follows the government's building regulations, and welcomes people of all ethnicities. The mosque updates prayer times in Bronx, New York, daily on the society's website. The Bronx Islamic Society is under renovation due to the increasing number of worshipers, especially for Jummah namaz. They have a link you can use to donate funds to the mosque for the upgrades. 

 

The Bronx Islamic Society, Bronx New York - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 5:58 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:01 pm
  • Asr: 2:26 pm
  • Maghrib: 4:44 pm
  • Isha: 6:05 pm
  • Friday Prayer: 1:00 pm, 1:15 pm  

 

The Bronx Islamic Society Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available for men only 
  • Restroom: Separate facilities available for men & women
  • Separate Prayer Hall for Women: Yes
  • Parking: On-premises
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible 
  • Denomination: Sunni

 

The Bronx Islamic Society Contact Details

 

FAQs:

FajrDuhurAsrMaghribIsha
04:4812:5416:4119:4021:02

 

The Fajr prayer time in The Bronx, New York is 04:48 today.
The Dhuhr prayer time in The Bronx, New York is 12:54 today.
The Asr prayer time in The Bronx, New York is 16:41 today.
The Maghrib prayer time in The Bronx, New York is 19:40 today.
The Isha prayer time in The Bronx, New York is 21:02 today.
The sunrise time in The Bronx, New York is 06:10 today.
The sunset time in The Bronx, New York is 19:40 today.
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