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Popular Mosques in Los Angeles

 

Mosques are central to Islam; primarily, they're a place of worship where Muslims come to offer their daily prayers in Jama'at (congregation). In Muslim minority countries, the role of Mosques becomes doubly important as mosques serve as community centers where Muslims gather to connect with their brothers and sisters in faith to feel a sense of belonging. Los Angeles has the fourth-largest Muslim population in the US, and Muslim residents from various ethnicities have set up numerous mosques in Los Angeles to cater to the religious needs of the growing Muslim community. Whether in Hollywood or Silver Lake, you'll find a mosque to offer supplication at prayer times in Los Angeles.  

 

 

1. Masjid Bilal

 

Masjid Bilal is a beautiful mosque identifiable by its green dome intrinsic to Islamic architecture. It has been serving the Muslim community of Los Angeles for over sixty years and plays a vital role in the growth of the Muslim community in South California. Masjid Bilal is open for the daily five prayers, Jummah prayers, and Eid celebrations. The masjid also has an education center that offers weekend classes, including Qur'an memorization, Qur'an Studies, Islamic Studies, and Qur'an Recitation for Beginner and Intermediate students. 

 

Masjid Bilal, Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 05:41 am
  • Dhuhr: 11:52 am
  • Asr: 02:31 pm
  • Maghrib: 04:49 pm
  • Isha: 06:03 pm

 

Masjid Bilal, Los Angeles – Facilities 

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Not available
  • Wuzu: Separate facilities available for men and women 
  • Restroom: Separate facilities available for men and women
  • Parking: On-premise/Easily available  
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible

 

Masjid Bilal, Los Angeles – Contact Details 

 

 

2. Masjid AL Falah 

 

The next mosque on our list is Masjid Al Falah. Located in a house that was converted into a masjid, Masjid Al Falah is a small yet welcoming mosque that allows Muslims in the vicinity a peaceful place to pray. In rush hours, indoor and outdoor areas are used to offer Salah, accommodating up to 150 worshippers. The mosque also has a separate prayer area for women, wudu facilities, and separate restrooms for men and women. The mosque is open for daily prayers and the Jummah prayer. 

 

Masjid Al Falah, Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 05:41 am
  • Dhuhr: 11:52 am
  • Asr: 02:31 pm
  • Maghrib: 04:49 pm
  • Isha: 06:03 pm

 

Masjid Al Falah, Los Angeles - Facilities

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Available
  • Wuzu: Separate facilities available for men and women
  • Restroom: Separate facilities available for men and women
  • Parking: On-premise/Easily available 
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible 

 

Masjid Al Falah, Los Angeles - Contact Details 

 

 

3. The Islamic Center of Southern California (ICSC)

 

The Islamic Center of Southern California (ICSC) was established in 1952 to help Muslims practice Islamic values and learn more about their religion through educational and recreational activities. ICSC is an open-minded, diverse, and welcoming mosque that offers numerous services, including regular prayers, funeral services, and matrimonial services. In addition, the mosque also hosts Sunday School for children in which Qur'an and Islamic studies are taught. You can also make donations and give Zakat to the mosque. The management distributes these funds for the mosque's expansion or renovation, the various community service programs, and to help families suffering from financial problems within and outside the country. 

 

The Islamic Center of Southern California, Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 05:41 am
  • Dhuhr: 11:52 am
  • Asr: 02:31 pm
  • Maghrib: 04:49 pm
  • Isha: 06:03 pm
  • Friday Prayer: 01:30 pm

 

The Islamic Center of Southern California, Los Angeles - Facilities

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Available
  • Wuzu: Separate facilities available for men and women
  • Restroom: Separate facilities available for men and women
  • Parking: On-premise
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible
  • Children: There are several kid-friendly areas in the Center to keep them occupied

 

The Islamic Center of Southern California, Los Angeles - Contact Details 

 

 

4. Masjid Omar Ibn Al-Khattab

 

Next up is Masjid Omar Ibn AL-Khattab, which was established in 1994. It aims to uphold and practice the values and teachings of the Quran and the Holy Prophet. The mosque offers Quran and Islamic education classes over the weekend, five daily prayers, and the Friday prayer. The Friday sermon is also broadcast live, and Muslims can hear the Sermon (Khutbah) online and join the mosque for prayer. Moreover, the mosque organizes religious and social events to improve the community's cultural, spiritual, and religious quality of life.

 

 Masjid Omar Ibn Al-Khattab, Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 06:41 am 
  • Zuhr: 12:52 pm 
  • Asr: 04:10 pm
  • Maghrib: 05:48 pm        
  • Isha: 07:03 pm
  • Friday Prayer: 01:30 pm

 

Masjid Omar Ibn Al-Khattab, Los Angeles - Facilities

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Available
  • Wuzu: Separate facilities available for men and women
  • Restroom: Separate facilities available for men and women
  • Parking: On-premise
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible

 

Masjid Omar Ibn Al-Khattab, Los Angeles -Contact Details 

 

 

5. Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA) or Hollywood Masjid 

 

The Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA), a sizable organization in California, includes the Hollywood Mosque in its membership. This organization, which was founded in 1990, assists American Muslims in adhering to their religion. In California, the MUNA building houses the mosque. You can go there for both regular Friday prayers and everyday prayers. Bringing your own prayer mat and keeping some distance between you and other visitors is also a good idea, though it's not necessary.

 

Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA), Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 05:41 am
  • Dhuhr: 11:52 am
  • Asr: 02:31 pm
  • Maghrib: 04:49 pm
  • Isha: 06:03 pm
  • Friday Prayer: 01:00 pm

 

Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA), Los Angeles - Facilities

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Not available
  • Wuzu: Separate facilities available for men and women
  • Restroom: Separate facilities available for men and women
  • Parking: On-premise
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible

 

Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA), Los Angeles – Contact Details 

 

 

6. Masjid Ibaadillah 

 

Masjid Ibaadillah was established in 1985. It started as a small organization, but with time, it expanded to cater to the Muslim community's growing spiritual and religious needs. The mosque has a large prayer area with a partial barrier to separate the hall into male and female praying sections. It also has separate restrooms and ablution facilities for men and women. The mosque is open for all daily prayers and the Friday sermon and prayer. It also hosts many lectures on Islamic discourse, Qur'an studies, and the life of modern Muslims. Contact the mosque for more details if you are interested in attending lectures. 

 

Masjid Ibaadillah, Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 05:41 am
  • Dhuhr: 11:52 am
  • Asr: 02:31 pm
  • Maghrib: 04:49 pm
  • Isha: 06:03 pm

 

Masjid Ibaadillah, Los Angeles - Facilities 

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Not available
  • Wuzu: Shared facilities available for men and women
  • Restroom: Shared facilities available for men and women
  • Parking: On-premise
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible

 

Masjid Ibaadillah, Los Angeles - Details 

 

 

7. Masjid As-Salam 

 

Another masjid you can visit while in Los Angeles is Masjid As-Salam. Masjid As-Salam is well-known for the friendly people that come here. Visiting the masjid makes you feel like a part of a community and helps you learn and practice Islam. Meals are also arranged for worshippers during Ramadhan and Eid.

 

Masjid As Salam, Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 05:41 am
  • Dhuhr: 11:52 am
  • Asr: 02:31 pm
  • Maghrib: 04:49 pm
  • Isha: 06:03 pm

 

Masjid As Salam, Los Angeles - Contact Details 

 

 

Masjid As Salam, Los Angeles - Facilities

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Available
  • Wuzu: Shared facilities available for men and women
  • Restroom: Shared facilities available for men and women
  • Parking: On-premise 
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Wheelchair accessible

 

8. Islamic Center of Glendale 

 

The Islamic Center of Glendale is located in Glendale, less than ten miles from Los Angeles. It is a religious organization that arranges social, cultural, and religious activities according to the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah. The masjid is open for the five daily prayers, the congregational Friday prayer, and the Friday sermon. It also offers marriage and funeral services. The mosque also has Sunday school and many other educational lectures and classes.

 

Islamic Center of Glendale, Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 05:41 am
  • Dhuhr: 11:52 am
  • Asr: 02:31 pm
  • Maghrib: 04:49 pm
  • Isha: 06:03 pm

 

Islamic Center of Glendale, Los Angeles - Facilities

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Not available
  • Wuzu: Shared facilities available for men and women
  • Restroom: Shared facilities available for men and women
  • Parking: On-premise
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible

 

Islamic Center of Glendale, Los Angeles - Contact Details 

 

 

9. King Fahad Mosque 

 

Located in the heart of Culver City, the King Fahad Mosque is approximately a 17-minute drive (about 10.1 miles) from downtown Los Angeles. This mosque offers a warm setting that aids Muslims in learning the Quranic and Sunnah teachings more fully. It offers much more than just a location for daily prayers and unique Friday speeches. The mosque frequently hosts gatherings where individuals of many religions may join to foster friendships and dispel misconceptions about Islam. Additionally, they assist with wedding ceremonies and offer crucial counseling services to individuals in need. You may visit the mosque's official website to learn more about the many educational programs and activities there.

 

King Fahad Mosque, Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 05:42 am
  • Dhuhr: 11:53 am
  • Asr: 02:31 pm
  • Maghrib: 04:49 pm
  • Isha: 06:04 pm
  • Friday Prayer: 01:30 pm

 

King Fahad Mosque, Los Angeles - Facilities

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Not available
  • Wuzu: Shared facilities available for men and women
  • Restroom: Shared facilities available for men and women. 
  • Parking: On-premise
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible

 

King Fahad Mosque, Los Angeles - Contact Details 

 

 

10. Women's Mosque of America 

 

The Women's Mosque of America is the nation's first mosque that is entirely managed by females. It's a unique location where ladies may pray with one another. In addition, they have trained many women how to conduct prayers, deliver speeches, and perform the adhan. They accept women from any ethnicity, group, or background. Women lead all of the events, and after the collective prayers, you may relax with some tea and chit-chat with others. To ensure you arrive at the proper time, it's a good idea to verify the prayer times in Los Angeles on the day you want to attend.

 

Women's Mosque of America, Los Angeles - Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 05:41 am
  • Dhuhr: 11:52 am
  • Asr: 02:30 pm
  • Maghrib: 04:49 pm
  • Isha: 06:03 pm

 

Women's Mosque of America, Los Angeles - Facilities

 

  • Separate Prayer Area for Women: Not Available
  • Wuzu: Shared facilities available for men and women
  • Restroom: Shared facilities available for men and women
  • Parking: Off-premise
  • Wheelchair accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible

 

Women's Mosque of America, Los Angeles -  Contact Details 

 

 

FAQs

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08:23 AM03:07 PM06:16 PM08:41 PM09:50 PM

The Fajr prayer time in Los Angeles is 08:23 AM today.

The Dhuhr prayer time in Los Angeles is 03:07 PM today.

The Asr prayer time in Los Angeles is 06:16 PM today.

The Maghrib prayer time in Los Angeles is 08:41 PM today.

The Isha prayer time in Los Angeles is 09:50 PM today.

The Sunrise time in Los Angeles is 09:32 AM today.

The Sunset time in Los Angeles is 08:41 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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