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Prayer Times in Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh Prayer Time Table

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


Located at the junction of 3 rivers in Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh is a historically rich city and is home to people with diverse cultures and religions. Among the residents of Pittsburgh, PA, Muslims are a notable minority. Muslims are front and center in all avenues of life in Pittsburgh. They are an integral part of the city. The presence of Islam and its followers in Pittsburgh is made evident by the numerous small and large mosques in the city. Mosques, the place of worship in Islam, are integral to the religion. Muslims gather in the mosques 5 times a day for congregational prayers, and for people to be together in their prayers, they need to be informed about the accurate prayer times in Pittsburgh. Multiple facilities in Pittsburgh offer daily prayer services and cater to both social and religious activities of the Muslim community. We have listed a few below:
 

1. Attawheed Islamic Center


Attawheed Islamic Center is a non-profit religious organization that was established in 1995 and extends its services to the western Pittsburgh area. Apart from its daily prayer services, Attawheed Islamic Center offers weekly Islamic and Arabic classes for children as well as weekend school, Quran Circle for adults, Friday potluck dinners, etc.


The Attawheed Islamic Center has a 3-story building with segregated prayer halls for men and women, a kitchen, and an Islamic library. In their newer section, there is a banquet hall and classroom. Currently, their facility is upgrading with a new kitchen and activity area. To be an inclusive facility, both the first floor and the basement have ramps for those who are physically challenged.


To ensure funeral and burial rights are within Islamic guidelines and respect, the center has burial rights on 319 plots reserved for Muslim-only use. It has a contract with Leo J. Henney Funeral Home for both transportation and Ghusl needs during funerals. The center also offers multicultural education programs for children with scholarships based on need. Scholarships are given for religious education and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education for children from ages 5 to age 18.


Attawheed Islamic Center, Pittsburgh - Prayer Times
 

  • Fajr: 6:00 am
  • Dhuhr: 1:00 pm
  • Asr: 4:00 pm
  • Maghrib: sunset+10 minutes
  • Isha: 8:00 pm
  • Friday Sermon: 12:00 pm (first Jummah) 1:10 pm (second Jummah)


Attawheed Islamic Center, Pittsburgh - Contact Details
 

 

2. Islamic Center of Pittsburgh


The Islamic Center of Pittsburgh aims to provide a cohesive learning of Islam and its input into the daily lives of Muslims. Led by Imam Chris, a revert, this place promotes religious understanding in multiple forms and services to the Muslim community in Pittsburgh. It offers marriage and funeral services according to Islamic guidelines. In case you are registering your marriage, make sure you are filling out the application at least a month before since they do not cater to last-minute or short-notice registrations within 36 hours.


The Islamic Center of Pittsburgh allows free and open attendance to people of all ages to attend the weekly lessons. For kids especially, the center is running a Sunday school and events during Ramadan. They do have a food pantry where people can come take a box of daily pantry items every 3rd Saturday of the month. Their Youth Alliance for Networking and Empowerment allows young people to take activity trips outside the mosque to learn more about the religion and the world around them. However, registration for this program is not free and costs $100. To involve non-Muslims who are eager to learn about the religion, the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh has a 'Muslim reboot class' that extends to a yearlong program that covers a variety of topics from Islam. The classes are held only once a week on Sundays.
 

Islamic Center of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh - Prayer Times
 

  • Fajr: 6:00 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:45 pm
  • Asr: 4:00 pm
  • Maghrib: 6:25 pm
  • Isha: 7:45 pm
  • Friday Sermon: 1:15 pm


Islamic Center of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh - Contact Details
 

3. The Muslim Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh


The Muslim Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh provides the prayer times in Pittsburgh schedule for an entire month so that you can pray your prayers on time and without any confusion. Active on their YouTube channel and running their podcast, the Muslim Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh has integrated social and Islamic learning for the entire community through their religious as well as interfaith services.


The center offers funeral and marriage services along with weekly Quran, Tafsir o Tajweed, and Hifz classes for both men and women separately. They have a separate Tajweed for Children program to make learning about the Quran easy. Each day of the week, there is something new for you to learn. If you are someone who has a lot of questions, their monthly Ask the Imam sessions allow people to ask their questions for better learning and understanding. Their Sunday School for Children is an educational service where they host multiple events and competitions all around the academic year that begin in September and end in May. 
 

The Muslim Community Center Of Greater Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh - Prayer Times
 

  • Fajr: 6:00 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:45 pm
  • Asr: 4:40 pm
  • Maghrib: 6:27 pm
  • Isha: 7:45 pm
  • Friday Sermon: 1:15 pm


The Muslim Community Center Of Greater Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh - Contact Details
 


4. Al Masjid Al-Awwal Pittsburgh


Al Masjid Al-Awwal is the first mosque that was established in the state of Pennsylvania and is open throughout the week for five daily prayers and weekly classes. To help people offer congregational prayer at prayer times in Pittsburgh and learn more about Islam, the center hosts multiple weekly classes on a wide variety of topics. Men and women are welcome to attend. The schedule and course material are accessible on their website for all those who wish to learn. Previously restricted due to COVID-19 to ensure community health, Al Masjid Al Awwal has now resumed its daily activities and educational programs. Its educational program further includes Quran and Arabic classes for children to ensure community learning at all levels.  
 

Al Masjid Al-Awwal, Pittsburgh - Prayer Times
 

  • Fajr: 5:30 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:31 pm
  • Asr: 3:46 pm
  • Maghrib: 6:18 pm
  • Isha: 7:33 pm


Al Masjid Al-Awwal, Pittsburgh - Contact Details
 


5. An-Nur Islamic Center


Last but not the least, on our list, is An-Nur Islamic Center, which has been working for the betterment of the Muslim community in Pittsburgh since 1985. Inter-faith dialogue and harmony is also important to the An-Nur Islamic Center and it has focused on easing relationships between Muslims, Jews and Christians of Pittsburgh since its inception. Actively serving the community of the Greater Pittsburgh area now, An-Nur Islamic Center is working in collaboration with the Urban Council for Peace and Justice and local mosques to arrange different social activities in the area.

 

The center's services are not just limited to providing the Muslim community with a space to offer salah in Pittsburgh but also extend to activities for the social benefit of both children and adults. They organize food drives at their greater Pittsburgh community food bank so that no house remains unfed. The center's efforts to promote educational scholarship for students is a one-of-a-kind program. They offer a $500 grant each year to continue their educational pursuits. As an institute that is working on Islamic studies along with research, An-Nur Islamic Center holds Arabic classes along with multiple seminars for people of all ages. 
 

An-Nur Islamic Center, Pittsburgh - Prayer Times
 

  • Fajr: 5:30 am
  • Dhuhr: 12:31 pm
  • Asr: 3:45 pm
  • Maghrib: 6:17 pm
  • Isha: 7:32 pm


An-Nur Islamic Center, Pittsburgh - Contact Details

 

FAQs

FajrDhuhrAsrMaghribIsha
05:50 AM12:33 PM03:35 PM06:03 PM07:17 PM

The Fajr prayer time in Pittsburgh is 05:50 AM today.

The Dhuhr prayer time in Pittsburgh is 12:33 PM today.

The Asr prayer time in Pittsburgh is 03:35 PM today.

The Maghrib prayer time in Pittsburgh is 06:03 PM today.

The Isha prayer time in Pittsburgh is 07:17 PM today.

The Sunrise time in Pittsburgh is 07:05 AM today.

The Sunset time in Pittsburgh is 06:03 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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