Prayer Times in Seattle

Get the most accurate Seattle, Washington, 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: 47.60621
Longitude: -122.33207

 

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

Popular Mosques in Seattle

 

Seattle has many Mosques to accommodate the religious needs of the 100000+ Muslims that reside in the state. From Downtown to Ballard, small and large Mosques have been established by the Muslim community. Apart from a place to offer the daily and occasional prayers, these Mosques provide a sense of community and support to Muslim Seattelites. Given below is a list of popular Mosques along with the iqamah times in each mosque so you can offer your daily salah prayers in congregation. 

 

1. Idris Mosque 

 

Idris Mosque was established in 1981 and is designed in an Arabesque architectural style. The mosque is open to all Muslims, regardless of their ethnicity, race, or cultural background, and does not require membership for attendance. All are welcome to come and worship at the mosque, regardless of their backgrounds or affiliations. The Idris Mosque is a vital resource for the local Muslim community in Seattle, offering a range of beneficial services and programs. In addition to hosting the five daily prayers and the Friday Jummah prayer in accordance with the prayer times in Seattle, the mosque also provides marriage and counseling services, educational classes, and outreach programs. 

 

The mosque is also dedicated to supporting the needs of its community and offers financial assistance to Muslims in need. Whether you are looking to pray, seek guidance, or connect with others in the community, you'll find the Idris Mosque welcoming and supportive.


 

Idris Mosque, Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 06:19 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:06 PM
  • Asr: 02:01 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:19 PM
  • Isha: 05:53 PM
  • Friday Prayer: 01:00 PM


 

Idris Mosque Contact Details 

 


 

2. Downtown Muslim Association 

 

The Downtown Muslim Association Mosque is unique because it is located inside the Plymouth Congregational Church. The mosque's mission is to provide a safe space for Muslims to pray and improve communication and understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims. The mosque only offers limited services at the moment. If you are in downtown Seattle, you can visit the Downtown Muslim Association for your daily prayers or the Jummah prayer. Apart from that, the mosque also accepts and distributes Sadaqah and charity. 


 

Downtown Muslim Association, Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times  

 

  • Fajr: 06:19 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:06 PM
  • Asr: 02:02 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:19 PM
  • Isha: 05:53 PM
  • Friday Prayer: 12:30 PM


 

Downtown Muslim Association Contact Details 

 


 

3. Muslim Student Association (MSA)/ Islamic House 

 

The MSA is an organization run by the University of Washington (UW) students. They aim to serve the Muslim students of UW, help non-Muslims learn more about Islam, and serve the greater Muslim community of Seattle. So, even if you are not a student, you can still benefit from their services. The Muslim Student Association's student-run mosque, known as the Islamic House. That is a popular destination for Muslims in the area looking to participate in congregational prayers five times a day and on Friday for the Jummah prayer.

 

The Friday sermons at the Islamic House are led by imams from all over Seattle, providing a diverse and enriching spiritual experience for all who attend. Whether you are a student or simply looking for a welcoming place to pray and connect with others in the community, the Islamic House is an excellent resource for Muslims in the Seattle area. The MSA is a valuable resource for the local community, offering various activities and events beyond daily prayers. Some examples of what you can find at the association include educational lectures, seminars, Eid celebrations, and Ramadhan iftars. 


 

Muslim Student Association, Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times  

 

  • Fajr: 06:19 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:07 PM
  • Asr: 02:02 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:20 PM
  • Isha: 05:54 PM
  • Friday Prayer: 01:30 PM


 

Muslim Student Association Contact Details 

 


 

4. Masjid Al Furqan 

 

Masjid Al Furqan, established by the Hope Academy in 2004, is a vibrant and welcoming place of worship for the Muslim community in Seattle. The mosque occupies 40,000 square feet and includes two buildings and the Masjid (mosque). In addition to offering all five daily prayers, the Hope Academy also provides a range of services for the local community, such as educational classes and outreach programs. Due to current health and safety guidelines, visitors to the mosque are asked to bring their own prayer rugs, perform Wudu at home, wear a mask, and observe social distancing. 


 

Masjid Al Furqan Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times  

 

  • Fajr: 06:19 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:07 PM
  • Asr: 02:02 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:20 PM
  • Isha: 05:54 PM


 

Masjid Al Furqan Contact Details 

 


 

5. Omar Bin Al-Khattab Islamic Center 

 

Next on the list of mosques in Seattle is the Omar Bin Al-Khattab Islamic Center. This place is more than a mosque and acts as a community center for the Muslims of Seattle. The primary function of the Islamic center is to provide a space where you can go for daily congregational prayers. You can also choose from many of their educational classes for children and adults. Additionally, members have the option to attend classes remotely. The center also schedules regular family and youth programs such as story nights and social events and offers counseling services.


 

Omar Bin Al-Khattab Islamic Center,  Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times  

 

  • Fajr: 06:19 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:06 PM
  • Asr: 02:02 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:19 PM
  • Isha: 05:53 PM
  • Friday Prayer: 01:30 PM


 

Omar Bin Al-Khattab Islamic Center Contact Details 

 


 

6. Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) 

 

Muslim Association of Puget Sounds (MAPS) Masjid was established in 2006 to help the Muslim community of the Pacific West lead their life according to Islamic values. This mosque is open for the 5 daily and Friday prayers, and a weekly Friday sermon is also held before the Jummah prayer. 


 

MAPS, Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 06:20 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:06 PM
  • Asr: 02:02 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:19 PM
  • Isha: 05:54 PM
  • Friday Khutbah: 01:15 PM


 

MAPS Seattle Contact Details 

 


 

7. Masjid AL Taqwa 

 

Masjid Al Taqwa is a part of the Islamic School of Seattle. The mosque has a large prayer room with a separate area for women and clean restrooms and ablution areas. Muslims of various ethnicities and nationalities visit the mosque for congregational prayers daily, especially on Fridays. The mosque also holds funeral services, Arabic classes, and Quran and Hadith classes. Regular Sunday School is also held at the mosque for children. 


 

Masjid Al Taqwa, Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times  

 

  • Fajr: 06:19 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:06 PM
  • Asr: 02:02 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:19 PM
  • Isha: 05:53 PM


 

Masjid Al Taqwa Contact Details 

 


 

8. Masjid Jamiul Muslimeen 

 

Masjid Jamiul Muslimeen is also known as the Cham Masjid because the Cham Refugee Community of Seattle founded the mosque, but it is open to open all believers. The Masjid acts as a safe space for all Muslims of Seattle and keeps its doors open for people who need shelter and support. The Masjid is undergoing construction but is still open for all congregational prayers. It also collects and distributes Sadaqah; visit the mosque and meet the management for more information. 


 

Masjid Jamiul Muslimin, Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times 
 

  • Fajr: 06:18 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:06 PM
  • Asr: 02:02 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:19 PM
  • Isha: 05:53 PM


 

Masjid Jamiul Muslimeen Contact Details 

 


 

9. Tawhid Islamic Center 

 

Tawhid Islamic Center offers the Muslim community a place to pray and aims to provide pure and quality Islamic education. The Masjid has enough space for 300 people and provides a separate area for women. You can visit the mosque for congregational prayers and attend youth programs and other classes or lectures. The Masjid also offers family counseling and arranges several social events as well.


 

Tawhid Islamic Center, Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times  

 

  • Fajr: 06:18 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:06 PM
  • Asr: 02:02 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:19 PM
  • Isha: 05:53 PM


 

Tawhid Islamic Center Contact Details 

 


 

10. Islamic Center of North Seattle 

 

Last on the list of mosques you can visit is the Islamic Center of North Seattle. It offers the Muslim community of Seattle a place to worship and a myriad of services to support the needs of the local Muslim community while also being inclusive and open to people of all backgrounds. The programs at ICNS are related to increasing the well-being of the Muslim community in Seattle, especially healthcare, education, and job training. 

Special attention is paid to specific groups within the community, such as women, youth, or elderly members. The ICNS is committed to the overall well-being of the community; therefore, it works with community leaders and policymakers to develop strategies and policies that benefit the whole community, regardless of religion or background.


 

Islamic Center of North Seattle, Seattle - Iqamah/Prayer Times 

 

  • Fajr: 06:19 AM
  • Dhuhr: 12:07 PM
  • Asr: 02:02 PM
  • Maghrib: 04:20 PM
  • Isha: 05:54 PM
  • Friday Prayer: 12:30 PM


 

Islamic Center of North Seattle Contact Details 

 


 

FAQs:

FajrDuhurAsrMaghribIsha
03:2913:0617:1520:4722:44

 

The Fajr prayer time in Seattle, Washington is 03:29 today.
The Dhuhr prayer time in Seattle, Washington is 13:06 today.
The Asr prayer time in Seattle, Washington is 17:15 today.
The Maghrib prayer time in Seattle, Washington is 20:47 today.
The Isha prayer time in Seattle, Washington is 22:44 today.
The sunrise time in Seattle, Washington is 05:25 today.
The sunset time in Seattle, Washington is 20:47 today.
Yes, you can subscribe to receive daily prayer notifications with the Muslim & Quran - Prayer Times mobile application in Seattle, Washington. 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 timing calculation method, either a 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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