Chicago Prayer Times

Jul 25, 2024 Today Chicago prayer times are Fajr Time 4:04 AM, Dhuhr Time 12:57 PM, Asr Time 4:55 PM, Maghrib Time 8:16 PM & Isha Time 9:50 PM. Today's Chicago prayer times are based on the Islamic Date of 19 Muharram 1446. Schedule for 7 days and 30 days for Chicago salah or namaz times available for the convenience of all Muslims.

Prayer Time in Chicago, USA

Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
4:04 AM 5:38 AM 12:57 PM 4:55 PM 8:16 PM 9:50 PM
Based on: Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) | Shafii change
Chicago Sehri & Iftar Time

Next 30 Days Chicago Prayer Times

Date Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
Jul 25 4:04 AM 5:38 AM 12:57 PM 4:55 PM 8:16 PM 9:50 PM
Jul 26 4:05 AM 5:39 AM 12:57 PM 4:55 PM 8:15 PM 9:48 PM
Jul 27 4:06 AM 5:40 AM 12:57 PM 4:55 PM 8:14 PM 9:47 PM
Jul 28 4:08 AM 5:41 AM 12:57 PM 4:55 PM 8:13 PM 9:46 PM
Jul 29 4:09 AM 5:42 AM 12:57 PM 4:54 PM 8:12 PM 9:44 PM
Jul 30 4:11 AM 5:43 AM 12:57 PM 4:54 PM 8:11 PM 9:43 PM
Jul 31 4:12 AM 5:44 AM 12:57 PM 4:53 PM 8:09 PM 9:41 PM
Aug 01 4:13 AM 5:45 AM 12:57 PM 4:53 PM 8:08 PM 9:39 PM
Aug 02 4:15 AM 5:46 AM 12:57 PM 4:53 PM 8:07 PM 9:38 PM
Aug 03 4:16 AM 5:47 AM 12:57 PM 4:52 PM 8:06 PM 9:36 PM
Aug 04 4:18 AM 5:48 AM 12:57 PM 4:52 PM 8:05 PM 9:35 PM
Aug 05 4:19 AM 5:49 AM 12:56 PM 4:51 PM 8:03 PM 9:33 PM
Aug 06 4:21 AM 5:50 AM 12:56 PM 4:51 PM 8:02 PM 9:31 PM
Aug 07 4:22 AM 5:51 AM 12:56 PM 4:50 PM 8:01 PM 9:30 PM
Aug 08 4:23 AM 5:52 AM 12:56 PM 4:50 PM 8:00 PM 9:28 PM
Aug 09 4:25 AM 5:53 AM 12:56 PM 4:49 PM 7:58 PM 9:26 PM
Aug 10 4:26 AM 5:54 AM 12:56 PM 4:49 PM 7:57 PM 9:24 PM
Aug 11 4:28 AM 5:55 AM 12:56 PM 4:48 PM 7:56 PM 9:23 PM
Aug 12 4:29 AM 5:56 AM 12:55 PM 4:47 PM 7:54 PM 9:21 PM
Aug 13 4:31 AM 5:57 AM 12:55 PM 4:47 PM 7:53 PM 9:19 PM
Aug 14 4:32 AM 5:58 AM 12:55 PM 4:46 PM 7:51 PM 9:17 PM
Aug 15 4:33 AM 5:59 AM 12:55 PM 4:45 PM 7:50 PM 9:16 PM
Aug 16 4:35 AM 6:00 AM 12:55 PM 4:45 PM 7:48 PM 9:14 PM
Aug 17 4:36 AM 6:01 AM 12:54 PM 4:44 PM 7:47 PM 9:12 PM
Aug 18 4:38 AM 6:02 AM 12:54 PM 4:43 PM 7:45 PM 9:10 PM
Aug 19 4:39 AM 6:03 AM 12:54 PM 4:42 PM 7:44 PM 9:08 PM
Aug 20 4:40 AM 6:04 AM 12:54 PM 4:42 PM 7:42 PM 9:06 PM
Aug 21 4:42 AM 6:05 AM 12:53 PM 4:41 PM 7:41 PM 9:04 PM
Aug 22 4:43 AM 6:06 AM 12:53 PM 4:40 PM 7:39 PM 9:03 PM

* All Timings are Beginning Times print Print

Calculation Methods Latitude /  Longitude: Juristic Methods
Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) 41.9288 / -87.6315 Shafii (Method & Fiqah)
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Today Prayer Times Chicago, USA

Today 25 Jul, 2024, Chicago Namaz Timings are Fajr 4:04 AM, Dhuhr 12:57 PM, Asr 4:55 PM, Maghrib 8:16 PM & Isha 9:50 PM.

The city azan, salat schedule & 7 days time table is also provided. Daily Fajar (Fajr) timing in Chicago, Dhuhur time, Asr time in Chicago, Maghrib Chicago prayer times & Isha Chicago Namaz timing are available. Today's 19 Muharram 1446 Chicago namaz timing with next 7 days Schedule from 25 Jul, 2024 to 31 Jul, 2024 with customizable prayer time calculation methods to calculate the proper time for your prayer. On other hand, you may also read Chicago zawal time updates with complete start and end time details.

Today Chicago Sun Set time or Iftar Time in Chicago is 5:38 AM and Dawn break Time or the end of Sehri Time in Chicago is 4:04 AM. Along with Chicago Prayers times you can also read the Chicago Sehri and Iftar time for Fiqa Hanafi (sunni) or Chicago Sehri and Iftar time for Fiqa Jafria (shia).

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By using this option you can change or adjust timing according to your country's prayer calculation methods. These timings are available for all Sunni schools of thought including Hanafi, Shafi, Maliki, and Hanbali.

You may also find here makrooh time updates including Chicago zawal time with complete details start and end time.

Chicago Sun Set time that is also called Iftar Time in Chicago is 8:17 PM and Dawn break Time that is also end of Sehri Time in Chicago at 4:03 AM. Sehri and Iftar time is also called Ramadan Time during the month of Ramadan.

In Chicago, Muslims belong to different countries. Due to this reason, the Muslim population is highly diversified in the city. There are different mosques in Chicago where Muslims offer salah as per the Chicago prayer time. The best part about these mosques is that they are also playing a significant role for Muslims in the city. Besides providing a place for Chicago prayer time, they are also serving Muslims in terms of different community services.

Mosques in Chicago are providing marriage, funerals, donation campaigns, and learning classes for Quran and Hadith. In Chicago, Muslims make special arrangements for Jummah congregational prayer as it is the largest weekly gathering for them. Here, you can easily check Friday prayer time along with other Chicago prayer times.

In Ramadan, Prayer halls, community centers, and mosques make special arrangements for Sehri and Iftar dinners. Later, Muslims celebrate Eid ul Fitr at the end of Ramadan Kareem. In Chicago, there are designated places for Muslims where they can do the sacrificial of animals during Eid ul Adha. Shab e Miraj, Eid Milad un Nabi, Ashura, and Shab e Barat are among other significant events.

In the bustling city of Chicago, Muslims can find peace and solace in their daily prayers. With numerous mosques scattered throughout the city, such as the Mosque Foundation in Bridgeview and the Muslim Community Center in the Loop, Muslims can easily fulfill their religious obligations. Prayer times Chicago vary throughout the year, with Fajr time Chicago typically occurring at dawn and Asr time Chicago in the late afternoon. Muslims in Chicago can stay updated with the latest prayer schedules, ensuring they never miss a prayer.

It is noted that the Chicago prayer time varies concerning the jurisdiction method and sect. In the Hanafi and Shafi juristic methods, there is a difference in the Asr prayer starting time. You can offer salah as both Hanafi prayer time and Shafi prayer time in Chicago are mentioned here.

Chicago Prayer Times Today

Prayer Time in Chicago for Thursday 25 Jul 2024 are:

  • Fajr Time in Chicago: 4:04 AM
  • Zuhr Time in Chicago: 12:57 PM
  • Asr Time in Chicago: 4:55 PM
  • Maghrib Time in Chicago: 8:16 PM
  • Isha Time in Chicago: 9:50 PM
Q: What is Fajr time in Chicago?

A: Fajr start time in Chicago is at 4:04 AM and end time is 5:38 AM. Fajr consists of 4 Rakats as 2 Farz and 2 Sunnah.

Q: What time is Ishraq in Chicago?

A: Ishraq Namaz Timing in Chicago today starts at 05:53 AM and the end time is 09:17 AM.

Q: What is Zuhr Time in Chicago?

A: Zuhr starting time in Chicago is at 12:57 PM and the ending time is 4:55 PM. Zuhr Salah consists of 12 Rakat, including 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 nafl.

Q: What is Asr time in Chicago?

A: Today Asr prayer start time in Chicago is 4:55 PM, and it ends at 8:16 PM. It's an afternoon prayer consisting of 8 Rakat: 4 Sunnat and 4 Farz.

Q: What time is Maghrib in Chicago?

A: Maghrib start time in Chicago is at 8:16 PM, and the maghrib time end is 9:50 PM. It's a sunset prayer consisting of 7 Rakat: 3 Farz, 2 Sunnat, and 2 Nafl.

Q: What is Isha Time in Chicago?

A: Today Isha Namaz time Chicago starts at 9:50 PM and ends time at 4:04 AM. It's a night prayer consisting of 17 Rakat: 4 Sunnah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl.

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Comments: Chicago Prayer Times

It will go to remove all the shortcomings of our daily Salah. Islam is the perfect and complete religion so all its fundamentals should be in order and no factor should be left unmet

  • Nadeem, Chicago

Ramadan magnificence are so exciting that cant be express through words. Trend of distributing iftaris to neighbor's followed here.I see Asr & maghrib time to pray & prepare meals between. Noman

  • Noman, Chicago

Salat is a pillar of Islam where one should submit him or herself completely to Allah.Describe greatness of Allah, Asking for forgiveness and give thanks with all the positions mention in Namaz.

  • Musab, Chicago

Rows during Namaz should be in order to lead a Salah with Discipline.Distance between Muslim Brothers can open doors for Satan to enter.

  • Safeer , Chicago

Muslims are always welcome to make Duas any time, with any nafl & farz prayer.But there is a certain time where Allah becomes closer to entire muslim ummah and Listen Duas which is called tahajjud prayer in middle of night before Fajr time starts where muslims make duas and ask for desires,wants and whatever jaiz duas they make will be fulfilled if it's better for us in this world & hereafter

  • Mughanim Aslam, New York
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