Prayer Times in Queens

Get the most accurate Queens, 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: 40.68149
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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 00:59
02 Tue 23 05:19 06:36 12:59 16:34 19:22 20:39 00:59
03 Wed 24 05:17 06:35 12:58 16:35 19:23 20:40 00:59
04 Thu 25 05:16 06:33 12:58 16:35 19:24 20:41 00:59
05 Fri 26 05:14 06:32 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 16:36 19:27 20:45 00:58
08 Mon 29 05:08 06:27 12:57 16:37 19:28 20:47 00:57
09 Tue 30 05:07 06:25 12:57 16:37 19:29 20:48 00:57
April Shawwal
10 Wed 01 05:05 06:24 12:56 16:37 19:30 20:49 00:57
11 Thu 02 05:03 06:22 12:56 16:38 19:31 20:50 00:57
12 Fri 03 05:01 06:20 12:56 16:38 19:32 20:52 00:56
13 Sat 04 04:59 06:19 12:56 16:38 19:33 20:53 00:56
14 Sun 05 04:58 06:17 12:55 16:39 19:34 20:54 00:56
15 Mon 06 04:56 06:16 12:55 16:39 19:35 20:56 00:56
16 Tue 07 04:54 06:14 12:55 16:39 19:36 20:57 00:55
17 Wed 08 04:52 06:13 12:55 16:40 19:37 20:58 00:55
18 Thu 09 04:50 06:11 12:55 16:40 19:38 21:00 00:55
19 Fri 10 04:49 06:10 12:54 16:40 19:39 21:01 00:55
20 Sat 11 04:47 06:08 12:54 16:41 19:41 21:02 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 16:41 19:43 21:05 00:54
23 Tue 14 04:42 06:04 12:54 16:42 19:44 21:06 00:54
24 Wed 15 04:40 06:03 12:53 16:42 19:45 21:08 00:54
25 Thu 16 04:38 06:01 12:53 16:42 19:46 21:09 00:54
26 Fri 17 04:36 06:00 12:53 16:42 19:47 21:10 00:53
27 Sat 18 04:35 05:59 12:53 16:43 19:48 21:12 00:53
28 Sun 19 04:33 05:57 12:53 16:43 19:49 21:13 00:53
29 Mon 20 04:31 05:56 12:53 16:43 19:50 21:15 00:53
30 Tue 21 04:30 05:55 12:52 16:44 19:51 21:16 00:53
You can print the Islamic Calendar 2024 and namaz timetable of prayer times in Queens, New York, United States for the whole year. The Prayer Timings schedule of Queens, New York, United States is updated automatically, so you can always find the most authentic and accurate prayer timings and Ramadan Calendar 2024 for the month of Ramadan Queens, New York, United States. 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.

Prayer Times today in Queens, New York, United States are Fajar Prayer Time 04:56, Dhuhr Prayer Time 12:55, Asar Prayer Time 16:39, Maghrib Prayer Time 19:35 & Isha Prayer Time 20:56. Get the most accurate Queens, New York, United States Azan and Namaz times with both weekly Salat timings and monthly Salah timetable.

Popular Mosques in Queens, NY

 

Currently, 3.45 million Muslims reside in America, approximately 1.1 percent of the entire population. Among the particular states to witness this substantial growth is New York, where the current Muslim population is more than 700,000, i.e., 2 percent of its total population. Queens is the largest borough of New York City and has an ethnically diverse population with many vibrant and unique neighborhoods. Among them, Queens features a rich and thriving Muslim community. There are many famous mosques in Queens, and we've mentioned some in today's article. So, if you ever find yourself confused about prayer times in Queens, NY, refer to one of these mosques near your neighborhood. 

 

1. Masjid Ar-Rahman

 

Masjid Ar-Rahman was founded in November 1998 in the basement of a house on 171st Street in Jamaica, Queens. After some time, a house at 94-42 212th Street was identified as a potential site to expand the Masjid. In early 2007, the property at 98-10 211th Street in Queens, New York, was purchased, which is the current two-storied concrete building with approximately 14,000 square feet of land. Construction began in 2011 and was completed in early 2020.

 

Masjid Ar-Rahman is among the well-known mosques in Queens, NY. Besides congregational and Jummah prayers, it offers various services to the Muslim community, such as social programs for seniors, Zakat services, burial services, and Nikah and Aqeeqah services. To enrich the youth, Masjid Ar-Rahman runs a Youth Program consisting of a Madrasa (weekend school) that teaches young children about Islam and Imaan. In addition, the mosque organizes many religious family activities, such as lectures, seminars, workshops, and training sessions.

 

Masjid Ar-Rahman, Queens, NY - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr: 4:45 AM
  • Zuhr: 1:15 PM
  • Asr: 6:00 PM
  • Maghrib: Sunset
  • Isha: 10:00 PM
  • Friday: 1:00 PM

 

Masjid Ar-Rahman, Queens, NY - Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Restroom: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Separate Hall for Women: Available
  • Parking: Of-premise/Nearby street parking
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Not available
  • Denomination: Sunni

 

Masjid Ar-Rahman, Queens, NY - Contact Details

 

 

2. Masjid Hazrat Abubakr Siddique

 

Masjid Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique is a 501(c) (3) non-profit religious organization in Flushing, Queens's center. This mosque was founded in 1986 by immigrants from Turkistan, Afghanistan, and Uzbekistan to serve as a religious and cultural center for the Muslim community. Masjid Hazrat Abubakr Siddique focuses on enlightening the youth and holds classes from Monday to Thursday for children ages five and above. The classes are based on the basic concepts of Islam and Imaan.

 

Moreover, the Masjid selects a daily Hadith, and after Fajr and Maghrib prayers, the translation and explanation of the Hadith are given in Farsi and Urdu languages. The mosque also conducts Tafseer and Tajweed sessions regularly after Maghrib Prayer. During Ramadan, Masjid Hazrat Abubakr Siddique holds community Iftars sponsored by community members. The Masjid's banquet hall is available for various programs such as Nikah, Aqeeqah, Walima, and Khutum-ul-Quran. Furthermore, the mosque organizes Fatiha processions and Quran recitations for deceased community members and provides burial plots at discounted rates.

 

Masjid Hazrat Abubakr Siddique, Flushing, Queens, NY - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr: 5:00 AM
  • Zuhr: 1:30 PM
  • Asr: 6:30 PM
  • Maghrib: 2 minutes after sunset
  • Isha: 10:00 PM
  • Friday: 1:30 PM

 

Masjid Hazrat Abubakr Siddique, Flushing, Queens, NY - Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Restroom: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Separate Hall for Women: Not available
  • Parking: Of-premise/Nearby street parking is available 
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Not available
  • Denomination: Sunni

 

Masjid Hazrat Abubakr Siddique, Flushing, Queens, NY - Contact Details

 

 

3. Masjid Al-Mamoor – Jamaica Muslim Center

 

Jamaica Muslim Center, Inc. is a non-profit, ummah-oriented, and membership-driven initiative of Muslims in America. It is devoted to the socio-economic welfare of the people in Jamaica and also aims to spread Islamic awareness. Masjid Al-Mamoor is a large mosque owned by this organization. Masjid Al-Mamoor provides many services for the Muslim community, such as funeral services, Nikah services, and miscellaneous event services.

 

Moreover, the mosque and center provide safe and confidential counseling services to anyone in need. Since its inception, the mosque has been vital in collecting Zakat and ensuring its equitable distribution among the needy Muslim community. Furthermore, the Jamaica Muslim Center Youth Department is devoted to educating and developing children and young adults. It provides them a secure platform to express their secular and religious thoughts and organizes different events and projects all year round to serve the community.

 

Masjid Al-Mamoor, Queens, NY - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr: 5:00 AM
  • Zuhr: 1:15 PM
  • Asr: 6:15 PM
  • Maghrib: 8:12 PM
  • Isha: 10:00 PM
  • Friday: 1:00/2:00 PM

 

Masjid Al-Mamoor, Queens, NY - Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Restroom: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Separate Hall for Women: Available
  • Parking: On-premise
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: The parking area is wheelchair-accessible only 
  • Denomination: Sunni

 

Masjid Al-Mamoor, Queens, NY - Contact Details

 

 

5. Masjid Al-Abidin 

 

Masjid Al-Abidin in Richmond Hill, Queens, New York, was founded in 1977 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit religious organization to serve the needs of the Muslim community at that time. Its inception began in the 1960s from humble beginnings when a small group of Muslim immigrants, mainly from the Guyanese Diaspora, came together due to their shared Islamic faith. Masjid Al-Abidin serves as a place of worship and a center of learning.

 

Significant transformations have occurred over the last 36 years, and the Muslim community has grown tenfold since the mosque was founded and comprises believers from various geographic locations, cultures, ethnicities, and languages. There are plans to expand the mosque into a contemporary, multi-functional Islamic Mosque and Community Center featuring additional programs and support services for the youth elderly, the elderly, and worshippers. You can contact the relevant individuals from their website and offer help for this noble cause.

 

Masjid Al-Abidin Richmond, Queens, NY - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr: 4:27 AM
  • Zuhr: 1:01 PM
  • Asr: 6:01 PM
  • Maghrib: 8:09 PM
  • Isha: 9:35 PM
  • Friday: 1:00 PM

 

Masjid Al-Abidin Richmond, Queens, NY - Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Restroom: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Separate Hall for Women: Available
  • Parking: On-premise
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Not available
  • Denomination: Sunni
  • Imam: Imam Usama Kawkab

 

Masjid Al-Abidin Richmond, Queens, NY - Contact Details

 

 

5. Masjid ‘Eesa Ibn Maryam

 

The vibrant Masjid 'Eesa ibn Maryam is a branch of the NYC Muslim Center in Hollis, Queens, New York. The mosque primarily focuses on development, community service, and worship. Besides daily prayers and Jummah prayers, Masjid 'Eesa ibn Maryam also organizes a Saturday Children's Program, Children's Quran Memorization Program, and Summer Fun and Learning Programs to motivate the youth towards Imaan. Moreover, the mosque also offers free community upliftment programs such as Quran and Tajweed classes, Monday Night Boost, and Gardens of the Righteous.

 

Masjid 'Eesa ibn Maryam provides Iftar for the Muslim community throughout Ramadan. Tarawih prayers are also arranged, followed by an informative talk. Moreover, Suhoor is also distributed in the last 10 nights of Ramadan, and arrangements for I'tikaf are also made. Masjid' Eesa also offers Nikah services and various Youth programs. Here are prayer times in Queens, NY for Masjid' Eesa:

 

Masjid' Eesa Ibn Maryam, Hollis, Queens, NY - Prayer Times

 

  • Fajr: 5:15 AM
  • Zuhr: 1:15 PM
  • Asr:  5:15 PM
  • Maghrib: 5 minutes after adhan
  • Isha: 5 minutes after adhan
  • Friday: 12:30/1:15 PM

 

Masjid' Eesa Ibn Maryam, Hollis, Queens, NY - Facilities

 

  • Wudu Facilities: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Restroom: Available/unclear whether shared or separate for men and women
  • Separate Hall for Women: Available
  • Parking: Of-premise/Nearby street parking is available 
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: Not available
  • Denomination: Sunni

 

Masjid' Eesa Ibn Maryam, Hollis, Queens, NY - Contact Details

 

 



 

FAQs:

FajrDuhurAsrMaghribIsha
04:5612:5516:3919:3520:56

 

The Fajr prayer time in Queens, New York is 04:56 today.
The Dhuhr prayer time in Queens, New York is 12:55 today.
The Asr prayer time in Queens, New York is 16:39 today.
The Maghrib prayer time in Queens, New York is 19:35 today.
The Isha prayer time in Queens, New York is 20:56 today.
The sunrise time in Queens, New York is 06:16 today.
The sunset time in Queens, New York is 19:35 today.
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