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Popular Mosques in New York

 

If you live in New York and are interested in knowing Islamic prayer times in New York and places where you can perform the prayer, then this guide is for you. Islam and practicing Muslims are not new to New York City. They have been part of the city's culture for the last 400 years. In fact, with more than 750,000 Muslim residents, Islam is the third most practiced religion in the Big Apple. 

 

There are presently over 275 mosques across five boroughs, which is more than any other metropolitan city in the US. Some Muslim-majority neighborhoods include Jackson Heights, Midwood, Astoria, Boerum Hill, and the West Bronx. Post 9/11, the Muslim community in New York City focused its efforts on educating the community about Islam as they realized that most Americans did not truly understand the faith and were looking at Islam through the misperceptions promoted by the mainstream media. 

 

Muslim leaders in the area felt they had not done a good job educating other faith leaders and communities about Islam's contribution to the US. Therefore, they increased efforts to build bridges and invited people from different faiths to visit the Islamic centers. As a result, many Islamic Centers now include inter-faith dialogues. They are opening a door and welcoming non-believers to come and learn more about the religion of Islam. On the other hand, believers visit these mosques to pray in congregation, connect with fellow Muslims, and benefit from their outreach programs.


Let us learn about some of these Mosques in New York City and their prayer timings:

 

1. Masjid Manhattan

 

Masjid Manhattan, located next to Wall Street and the World Trade Center, is one of the most well-known mosques in New York City. It was established in 1970 and is a prominent Islamic Center focusing on introducing Islam to new believers. Along with separate prayer halls for men and women, the mosque has dedicated Wudu space and restrooms for men and women.

 

In addition to daily Jumma prayers, the mosque offers nikah services, Qurbani services, Quran teaching, Sadaqah services, and Islamic lectures. It is difficult to find parking because of its location, and the mosque is more accessible on foot, via cab or public transport. 

 

Masjid Manhattan, New York - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr - 5:40 AM
  • Zuhur – 11:45 AM
  • Asr – 2:10 PM
  • Maghrib – 4:29 PM
  • Ishā – 5:50 PM
  • Friday Prayer – 1:05 PM 

 

Masjid Manhattan Center Contact Details

 

 

2. Islamic Cultural Center of New York

 

The Islamic Cultural Center of New York is more than a mosque. It is a cultural center and an important educational institute for Muslims in the New York City region. The Center was established in the 1960s to become a central location for Muslims in the area. The first step the Center took was establishing a mosque built in 1987 when there were few places for worship for Muslims in the neighborhood. 

 

The Center not only offers Jumma and daily prayers but provides these services:

 

  • Weekly Dars
  • Weekend School
  • Nikah Service
  • Counseling 
  • Bookstore
  • Visitors 
  • Zakat/Charity
  • Funeral Service 

 

Moreover, misrepresentation of Islam has resulted in many false notions that have been detrimental to understanding the faith. The Center works to remove these misunderstandings and provide a clearer picture of what Islam represents to those unfamiliar with it. Serving as an essential platform where inter-faith dialogues have happened, the Center strives to bridge the gap between those who know about Islam and those who do not. The Center's management comprises a team headed by Chairman Mansour Al-Otaibi, a permanent ambassador representative to the UN for Kuwait. The Center is a registered non-profit that accepts donations that are tax deductible. 

 

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

 

  • Fajr - 5:40 AM
  • Zuhur – 11:45 AM
  • Asr – 2:10 PM
  • Maghrib – 4:29 PM
  • Ishā – 5:50 PM
  • Friday Prayer – 12:45 PM 

 

Islamic Cultural Center of New York Contact Details

 

 

3. Masjid AR-Rahman

 

Masjid Ar-Rahman was established in 1990 after Muslims working in the downtown area felt the absence of a dedicated place to gather for prayer. They used the basement of a hotel and a church before settling on the present-day location. The Masjid has proper wudu facilities and restrooms. It also has separate bathrooms and a prayer hall for women. In addition to daily and Friday prayers, the Masjid offers Arabic classes for individuals who wish to learn the language. 

 

Masjid AR-Rahman also provides Hajj and Umrah services for those who want to make the holy pilgrimage. It serves as a center for guidance and advice for first-time travelers who have not traveled before and would like support regarding accommodation and itineraries. Parking may be challenging as it is in a busy area, but street parking is available. Unfortunately, the prayer hall is not wheelchair accessible yet. 

 

Masjid AR-Rahman, New York - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr - 5:40 AM
  • Zuhur – 11:45 AM
  • Asr – 2:10 PM
  • Maghrib – 4:29 PM
  • Ishā – 5:50 PM
  • Friday Prayer – 1:05 PM 

  

Masjid AR-Rahman Contact Details

 

 

4. Assafa Islamic Center

 

Assefa Islamic Center is an important religious center for Muslims in the New York City area. It has a mosque and a multifunctional hall for other activities, most notably the not-for-profit Islamic school for young scholars. The school consists of a Sunday school and Hifza Quran Academy, where young believers can learn the Holy Book and understand its true meaning. It also has a Nadira Program, especially for young female scholars who want to learn more about Islam.

 

If you are interested in enrolling your child in their educational programs, you can contact the school with the contact information below. You will need to have your child take a preliminary test to establish what their level of understanding is when it comes to the Quranic recitation. 

 

Services that the Center offers include:

 

  • Funeral services
  • Special Muslim Seminars
  • Matrimonial Services
  • Inter-faith Dialogues
  • Darul Hadith
  • Darul Quran 

 

In addition, the mosque offers separate wudu areas and restrooms for men and women. A separate prayer hall for women doubles as a space for various women's gatherings. Parking is available on the street and nearby, but the mosque is not wheelchair accessible. 

 

Assefa Islamic Center, New York - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr - 5:40 AM
  • Zuhur – 11:45 AM
  • Asr – 2:10 PM
  • Maghrib – 4:29 PM
  • Ishā – 5:50 PM
  • Friday Prayer – 1:05 PM

 

Assefa Islamic Center Contact Details

 

 

5. Madina Masjid

 

Commissioned by the Islamic Council of America in 1976, Madina Masjid is the second oldest Masjid in New York City. The Islamic Council of America was set up as a corporation at that time under the leadership of Mujibur Rahman Chishti. The council was then moved to its present-day location, and a building was purchased to be used as a mosque where worshippers could gather to pray. 

 

The contributions of loyal supporters helped in the purchase of the building that is currently being used. The Masjid is now collecting donations for the construction of a new mosque. The mosque's design is shared on the Masjid's homepage, and you can choose to donate online. The Masjid not only provides a place for believers to gather to pray and attend sermons but is also an essential pillar of support for the community:

 

  • They contribute during catastrophic events like 9/11, Hurricane Sandy, and other calamities. 
  • They helped financially support orphans till they could be placed in homes. 
  • They distribute literature and Holy Qurans to non-believers in the community.
  • Hosted many inter-faith dialogues.

 

The Masjid provides two Jumma prayers each week, and you can look up their prayer times in New York below: 

 

Madina Masjid, New York – Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr - 5:40 AM
  • Zuhur – 11:45 AM
  • Asr – 2:10 PM
  • Maghrib – 4:29 PM
  • Ishā – 5:50 PM
  • Friday Prayer – 1:00 PM and 2:15 PM 

 

Madina Masjid Contact Details

 

  • Website: Madina Masjid 
  • Address / Location: 401 E 11th St, New York, NY 10009
  • Phone Number: 1(212)533-5060 / 1(917) 312-8322
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/KWv2D9Ro1vNgDx36A
  • Social Media: Facebook

 

 

FAQs

FajrDhuhrAsrMaghribIsha
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The Fajr prayer time in New York City is 05:24 AM today.

The Dhuhr prayer time in New York City is 12:09 PM today.

The Asr prayer time in New York City is 03:12 PM today.

The Maghrib prayer time in New York City is 05:40 PM today.

The Isha prayer time in New York City is 06:55 PM today.

The Sunrise time in New York City is 06:40 AM today.

The Sunset time in New York City is 05:40 PM today.

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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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