Houston Prayer Times

Jun 20, 2024 Today Houston prayer times are Fajr Time 5:04 AM, Dhuhr Time 1:23 PM, Asr Time 4:58 PM, Maghrib Time 8:25 PM & Isha Time 9:43 PM. Today's Houston prayer times are based on the Islamic Date of 15 Dhul-Hijjah 1445. Schedule for 7 days and 30 days for Houston salah or namaz times available for the convenience of all Muslims.

Prayer Time in Houston, USA

Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
5:04 AM 6:22 AM 1:23 PM 4:58 PM 8:25 PM 9:43 PM
Based on: Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) | Shafii change
Houston Sehri & Iftar Time

Next 30 Days Houston Prayer Times

Date Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
Jun 20 5:03 AM 6:21 AM 1:23 PM 4:58 PM 8:25 PM 9:43 PM
Jun 21 5:04 AM 6:22 AM 1:23 PM 4:58 PM 8:25 PM 9:43 PM
Jun 22 5:04 AM 6:22 AM 1:24 PM 4:58 PM 8:25 PM 9:43 PM
Jun 23 5:04 AM 6:22 AM 1:24 PM 4:59 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jun 24 5:04 AM 6:22 AM 1:24 PM 4:59 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jun 25 5:05 AM 6:23 AM 1:24 PM 4:59 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jun 26 5:05 AM 6:23 AM 1:25 PM 4:59 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jun 27 5:05 AM 6:23 AM 1:25 PM 5:00 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jun 28 5:06 AM 6:24 AM 1:25 PM 5:00 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jun 29 5:06 AM 6:24 AM 1:25 PM 5:00 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jun 30 5:07 AM 6:24 AM 1:25 PM 5:00 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jul 01 5:07 AM 6:25 AM 1:25 PM 5:00 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jul 02 5:08 AM 6:25 AM 1:26 PM 5:01 PM 8:26 PM 9:44 PM
Jul 03 5:08 AM 6:26 AM 1:26 PM 5:01 PM 8:26 PM 9:43 PM
Jul 04 5:09 AM 6:26 AM 1:26 PM 5:01 PM 8:26 PM 9:43 PM
Jul 05 5:09 AM 6:27 AM 1:26 PM 5:01 PM 8:26 PM 9:43 PM
Jul 06 5:10 AM 6:27 AM 1:26 PM 5:02 PM 8:26 PM 9:43 PM
Jul 07 5:10 AM 6:27 AM 1:27 PM 5:02 PM 8:25 PM 9:42 PM
Jul 08 5:11 AM 6:28 AM 1:27 PM 5:02 PM 8:25 PM 9:42 PM
Jul 09 5:12 AM 6:28 AM 1:27 PM 5:02 PM 8:25 PM 9:42 PM
Jul 10 5:12 AM 6:29 AM 1:27 PM 5:02 PM 8:25 PM 9:41 PM
Jul 11 5:13 AM 6:29 AM 1:27 PM 5:03 PM 8:25 PM 9:41 PM
Jul 12 5:14 AM 6:30 AM 1:27 PM 5:03 PM 8:24 PM 9:41 PM
Jul 13 5:14 AM 6:30 AM 1:27 PM 5:03 PM 8:24 PM 9:40 PM
Jul 14 5:15 AM 6:31 AM 1:27 PM 5:03 PM 8:24 PM 9:40 PM
Jul 15 5:16 AM 6:31 AM 1:28 PM 5:03 PM 8:23 PM 9:39 PM
Jul 16 5:16 AM 6:32 AM 1:28 PM 5:03 PM 8:23 PM 9:39 PM
Jul 17 5:17 AM 6:33 AM 1:28 PM 5:04 PM 8:23 PM 9:38 PM
Jul 18 5:18 AM 6:33 AM 1:28 PM 5:04 PM 8:22 PM 9:37 PM

* All Timings are Beginning Times print Print

Calculation Methods Latitude /  Longitude: Juristic Methods
Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) 29.7630556 / -95.3630556 Shafii (Method & Fiqah)
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Today Prayer Times Houston, USA

Today 21 Jun, 2024, Houston Namaz Timings are Fajr 5:04 AM, Dhuhr 1:23 PM, Asr 4:58 PM, Maghrib 8:25 PM & Isha 9:43 PM.

The city azan, salat schedule & 7 days time table is also provided. Daily Fajar (Fajr) timing in Houston, Dhuhur time, Asr time in Houston, Maghrib Houston prayer times & Isha Houston Namaz timing are available. Today's 15 Dhul-Hijjah 1445 Houston namaz timing with next 7 days Schedule from 21 Jun, 2024 to 27 Jun, 2024 with customizable prayer time calculation methods to calculate the proper time for your prayer. On other hand, you may also read Houston zawal time updates with complete start and end time details.

Today Houston Sun Set time or Iftar Time in Houston is 6:22 AM and Dawn break Time or the end of Sehri Time in Houston is 5:04 AM. Along with Houston Prayers times you can also read the Houston Sehri and Iftar time for Fiqa Hanafi (sunni) or Houston 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 Houston zawal time with complete details start and end time.

Houston Sun Set time that is also called Iftar Time in Houston is 8:26 PM and Dawn break Time that is also end of Sehri Time in Houston at 5:03 AM. Sehri and Iftar time is also called Ramadan Time during the month of Ramadan.

Houston is among the US cities with a significant number of Muslims. The majority of Muslims are South Asians, Indonesians, Africans, Middle Easterners, and Turks. On the other side, Pakistani origin Muslims are also a major part of the city’s Muslim population. Muslims are in high numbers and different mosques are created where they can offer salah as per the HTX prayer time. In the last few years, the role of mosques is significantly enhanced in Houston. Now, they are not just a simple place to offer prayer but are also helping Muslims in several terms. The majority of them are considered as the community centers for Muslims living in the city.

Muslims come to Houston for different purposes such as job, business, travel, etc. However, large gatherings such as Jummah congregational prayer event give them an opportunity to meet everyone at least once a week. Here, you can find the Friday prayer time along with other Houston prayer times. Muslims of Houston gives high value to Islamic events and observed them with great enthusiasm.

Ramadan is the most sacred month in Islam. However, Muslims fast in the whole month to follow the instructions of Allah. Mosques and community centers arrange different programs in Ramadan. In addition to it, they also arrange Iftar parties so Muslims can mingle with each other. At Eid ul Fitr, Muslims visit each other’s houses and meet with friends and family members. They also celebrate Eid ul Adha by doing the sacrifice of animals to perform the sunnah of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) and his son Hazrat Ismail (AS).

Muslims also give high importance to other events such as Shab e Barat, Ashura, Eid Milad un Nabi, and Shab e Miraj. However, they also wish their friends from other religions or faiths on their events such as Holi, Diwali, Halloween, Easter, and Christmas.

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

Houston Prayer Times Today

Prayer Time in Houston for Friday 21 Jun 2024 are:

  • Fajr Time in Houston: 5:04 AM
  • Zuhr Time in Houston: 1:23 PM
  • Asr Time in Houston: 4:58 PM
  • Maghrib Time in Houston: 8:25 PM
  • Isha Time in Houston: 9:43 PM
Q: What is Fajr time in Houston?

A: Fajr Time in Houston is at 5:04 AM. Fajr consists of 4 Rakats as 2 Farz and 2 Sunnah. Fajr Prayer time begins at the dawn time 5:04 AM and remains until the sun rises. Today Fajr time in Houston ends at sunrise 6:22 AM.

Q: What time is Ishraq in Houston?

A: Ishraq Namaz Timing in Houston today starts at 06:37 AM and the end time is 09:52 AM.

Q: What is Zuhr Time in Houston?

A: Zuhr Time in Houston is at 1:23 PM. Zuhr Salah consists of 12 Rakat and includes 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 nafl. Zuhr Namaz time starts after zawal time ends, at 1:23 PM and ends before asr time in Houston at 4:58 PM.

Q: What is Asr time in Houston?

A: It's an afternoon prayer consisting of 8 Rakat as total as 4 Sunnat and 4 Farz. Today Asr time starts at 4:58 PM and ends before Maghrib time in Houston at 8:25 PM.

Q: What time is Maghrib in Houston?

A: Maghrib Time in Houston is at 8:25 PM. It's a sunset prayer consisting of 7 Rakat: 3 Farz, 2 Sunnat, and 2 Nafl. Today Maghrib time starts at 8:25 PM and ends before Isha time in Houston at 9:43 PM.

Q: What is Isha Time in Houston?

A: It's a night prayer consisting of 17 Rakat: 4 Sunnah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl. Today Isha Namaz time starts at 9:43 PM and ends before Fajr time in Houston at 5:04 AM.

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Comments: Houston Prayer Times

For Muslims, there is only what they strive for. The more we try to get into the fixed timings the more chance we will learn another aspect to correct it and probably its accept

  • Zohaib, Ottawa

Fear Allah azzajwajal, we are so ignorant that we prefer present life and do tasks at appointed time except Salah. Certainly its a harsh reality

  • Waris, Houston

Allah says in Quran " Remember me I will remember you" Its a spiritual give and take relationship.Leave everything beyond at Namaz time is expected from us.

  • Khurram, Houston

Every soul will have a taste of death & grave. Performing prayer on particular time lower the amount of our sins.

  • Saad, Houston

Praying Five times Salah everyday is Mandatory for muslim reaching to puberty.Mens have to perform it in mosques where womens can pray at their homes.Its a spiritual relationship where one leave his or her responsibilities behind and surrender completely to Allah SWT. Hadith & Quran give equal importance to Not only Salah but its punctuality in assigned time period.

  • Mughanim Aslam, New York
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