Mississauga Prayer Times

Jun 25, 2022 Today Mississauga prayer times are Fajr Time 3:51 AM, Dhuhr Time 1:21 PM, Asr Time 5:26 PM, Maghrib Time 9:02 PM & Isha Time 10:50 PM. Today's Mississauga prayer times are based on the Islamic Date of 26 Dhul-Qadah 1443. Schedule for 7 days and 30 days for Port Louis salah or namaz times available for the convenience of all Muslims.

Prayer Time in Mississauga - Canada

Fajr Time 3:51 AM
Sunrise 5:40 AM
Dhuhr Time 1:21 PM
Asr Time 5:26 PM
Maghrib Time 9:02 PM
Isha Time 10:50 PM
Based on: Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) | Shafii change
Mississauga Sehri & Iftar Time
Next 30 Days
Date Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
Jun 25 3:51 AM 5:40 AM 1:21 PM 5:26 PM 9:02 PM 10:50 PM
Jun 26 3:52 AM 5:40 AM 1:21 PM 5:26 PM 9:02 PM 10:50 PM
Jun 27 3:52 AM 5:40 AM 1:21 PM 5:26 PM 9:02 PM 10:50 PM
Jun 28 3:53 AM 5:41 AM 1:21 PM 5:27 PM 9:02 PM 10:50 PM
Jun 29 3:53 AM 5:41 AM 1:22 PM 5:27 PM 9:02 PM 10:49 PM
Jun 30 3:54 AM 5:42 AM 1:22 PM 5:27 PM 9:02 PM 10:49 PM
Jul 01 3:55 AM 5:42 AM 1:22 PM 5:27 PM 9:01 PM 10:49 PM
Jul 02 3:56 AM 5:43 AM 1:22 PM 5:27 PM 9:01 PM 10:48 PM
Jul 03 3:56 AM 5:43 AM 1:22 PM 5:27 PM 9:01 PM 10:48 PM
Jul 04 3:57 AM 5:44 AM 1:22 PM 5:27 PM 9:01 PM 10:47 PM
Jul 05 3:58 AM 5:45 AM 1:23 PM 5:27 PM 9:01 PM 10:47 PM
Jul 06 3:59 AM 5:45 AM 1:23 PM 5:27 PM 9:00 PM 10:46 PM
Jul 07 4:00 AM 5:46 AM 1:23 PM 5:27 PM 9:00 PM 10:45 PM
Jul 08 4:01 AM 5:47 AM 1:23 PM 5:27 PM 8:59 PM 10:45 PM
Jul 09 4:02 AM 5:47 AM 1:23 PM 5:27 PM 8:59 PM 10:44 PM
Jul 10 4:03 AM 5:48 AM 1:23 PM 5:27 PM 8:58 PM 10:43 PM
Jul 11 4:05 AM 5:49 AM 1:24 PM 5:27 PM 8:58 PM 10:42 PM
Jul 12 4:06 AM 5:50 AM 1:24 PM 5:27 PM 8:57 PM 10:41 PM
Jul 13 4:07 AM 5:50 AM 1:24 PM 5:27 PM 8:57 PM 10:40 PM
Jul 14 4:08 AM 5:51 AM 1:24 PM 5:27 PM 8:56 PM 10:39 PM
Jul 15 4:10 AM 5:52 AM 1:24 PM 5:27 PM 8:56 PM 10:38 PM
Jul 16 4:11 AM 5:53 AM 1:24 PM 5:27 PM 8:55 PM 10:37 PM
Jul 17 4:12 AM 5:54 AM 1:24 PM 5:27 PM 8:54 PM 10:36 PM
Jul 18 4:14 AM 5:55 AM 1:24 PM 5:27 PM 8:53 PM 10:34 PM
Jul 19 4:15 AM 5:56 AM 1:24 PM 5:26 PM 8:53 PM 10:33 PM
Jul 20 4:16 AM 5:57 AM 1:24 PM 5:26 PM 8:52 PM 10:32 PM
Jul 21 4:18 AM 5:58 AM 1:24 PM 5:26 PM 8:51 PM 10:30 PM
Jul 22 4:19 AM 5:58 AM 1:24 PM 5:26 PM 8:50 PM 10:29 PM
Jul 23 4:21 AM 5:59 AM 1:25 PM 5:26 PM 8:49 PM 10:28 PM

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Calculation Methods Latitude /  Longitude: Juristic Methods
Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) 43.15 / -79.5 Shafii (Method & Fiqah)
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Today Prayer Times Mississauga, Canada

Today 25 Jun, 2022, Mississauga Namaz Timings are Fajr 3:51 AM, Dhuhr 1:21 PM, Asr 5:26 PM, Maghrib 9:02 PM & Isha 10:50 PM.

The city azan, salat schedule & 7 days time table is also provided. Daily Fajar (Fajr) timing in Mississauga, Dhuhur time, Asr time in Mississauga, Maghrib Mississauga prayer times & Isha Mississauga Namaz timing are available. Today's 26 Dhul-Qadah 1443 Mississauga namaz timing with next 7 days Schedule from 25 Jun, 2022 to 01 Jul, 2022 with customizable prayer time calculation methods to calculate the proper time for your prayer. On other hand, you may also read Mississauga zawal time updates with complete start and end time details.

Today Mississauga Sun Set time or Iftar Time in Mississauga is 5:40 AM and Dawn break Time or the end of Sehri Time in Mississauga is 3:51 AM. Along with Mississauga Prayers times you can also read the Mississauga Sehri and Iftar time for Fiqa Hanafi (sunni) or Mississauga Sehri and Iftar time for Fiqa Jafria (shia).

Prayer Timing Customization
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 Mississauga zawal time with complete details start and end time.

Mississauga Sun Set time that is also called Iftar Time in Mississauga is 9:03 PM and Dawn break Time that is also end of Sehri Time in Mississauga at 3:50 AM. Sehri and Iftar time is also called Ramadan Time during the month of Ramadan.

There is a significant Muslim population in Mississauga as 12% population follows Islam as their religion. Muslims living in the city belong to different races and ethnicities. Religious tolerance is good in the city and Muslims to have the freedom to offer prayer. There are different mosques in the city where Muslims can offer salat as per the Mississauga prayer time. In the last few years, some new mosques are also established in the city.

Mosques in Mississauga also play a crucial role in the welfare and wellbeing of local residents and immigrant Muslims. They provide counseling services to them in different areas. The Islamic scholars guide them in their daily life matters by issuing fatwas and answers to their queries. They also facilitate them regarding Nikkah/marriage, donation drives, and funeral services. In addition to it, learning classes are also organized so Muslims can learn and understand Quran o Hadith in a better way. Hundreds of Muslims visit mosques to offer Jummah Salat as per the Mississauga prayer time.

Several Islamic events are associated with the Islamic calendar. In Mississauga, Muslims observe all Islamic events with great enthusiasm. They especially give high priority to Ramadan as it is the holiest month. They invite each other for Sehri and Iftar. Mosques and community centers also organize Iftar. They also make special arrangements for Taraweeh prayer. Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha are the two most joyful events for Muslims. However, several non-Muslims also celebrate them along with Muslims. Similarly, Muslims also congratulate them on their special occasions such as Christmas, Easter, Diwali, Holi, and Halloween.

It is noted that the Mississauga prayer time varies with respect to the jurisdiction method and sect. In the Hanafi and Shafii juristic method, there is a difference over the Asr prayer starting time. In big cities, a difference of a minute or two can be observed in their suburbs or nearby areas due to the bigger geographic area. However, this Mississauga prayer timing schedule can be used by people living in different areas. The updated Mississauga prayer timing 2022 is created to assist people of all towns and neighborhoods of Mississauga including Central Erin Mills, Churchill Meadows, Cooksville, Erin Mills, Erindale, Lakeview, and Malton.

Mississauga Prayer Times Today

Prayer Times are as follow:
Fajr Time in Mississauga: 3:51 AM
Zuhr Time in Mississauga: 1:21 PM
Asr Time in Mississauga: 5:26 PM
Maghrib Time in Mississauga: 9:02 PM
Isha Time in Mississauga: 10:50 PM

Q: What is Fajr time in Mississauga?

A: Fajr Time in Mississauga is at 3:51 AM. Fajr consists of 4 Rakats as 2 Farz and 2 Sunnah. Fajr Prayer time begins at the dawn time 3:51 AM and remains until the sun rises. Today Fajr time in Mississauga ends at sunrise 5:40 AM.

Q: What time is Ishraq in Mississauga?

A: Ishraq Namaz Timing in Mississauga today starts at 05:55 AM and the end time is 09:30 AM.

Q: What is Zuhr Time in Mississauga?

A: Zuhr Time in Mississauga is at 1:21 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 1:21 PM and ends before asr time in Mississauga at 5:26 PM.

Q: What is Asr time in Mississauga?

A: It's an afternoon prayer consisting of 8 Rakat as total as 4 Sunnat and 4 Farz. Today Asr time starts at 5:26 PM and ends before Maghrib time in Mississauga at 9:02 PM.

Q: What time is Maghrib in Mississauga?

A: Maghrib Time in Mississauga is at 9:02 PM. It's a sunset prayer consisting of 7 Rakat: 3 Farz, 2 Sunnat, and 2 Nafl. Today Maghrib time starts at 9:02 PM and ends before Isha time in Mississauga at 10:50 PM.

Q: What is Isha Time in Mississauga?

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 10:50 PM and ends before Fajr time in Mississauga at 3:51 AM.

Comments: Mississauga Prayer Times

In order to live life according to the teachings of Islam. The word salah is mentioned for 67 times. That means prayers are given foremost importance in the life of a muslim. Human being are fragile and need firm connection, hence prayers are the solution that can assit with a improved relation with Allah.

  • Abbas , Mississauga
  • Thu 23 Jun, 2022

The prayer chart can be send via various social platforms like whatsapp, facebook and twitter. A great initiative by the info-website. Prayers are given importance in islam, and theya re uploading imp content regarding which is of great value.

  • Pervez , Mississauga
  • Wed 22 Jun, 2022

Salah is a commitment on all Muslims. All Muslims should supplicate with their earnestly. May Allah guide us through Quran and Sunnah.

  • Pervaiz Kareem , Mississauga
  • Sat 18 Jun, 2022

Jame Masjid (Islamic Propagation Center offers Congregational Prayer every day. However the prayers timings for Jumma especially announce to gather all the Muslims residing in Mississauga for offering namaz togather.

  • Aaima, Mississauga
  • Wed 15 Jun, 2022

To live a happy life is to live a life that belongs to Allah alone. Prayers are conducted to feel the presence of God. I pray that we all follow a life that follows a praying scehdule that praise Allah.

  • Ibrahim , Mississauga
  • Thu 26 May, 2022