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Slough Prayer Times

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Today’s Prayer Times in Slough

November 30, 2023

17 Jumādā al-Ula 1445

Fajr Iqamah

6:47 am

2 Hours 1 Minutes
Prayer Begins Iqamah
Fajr6:44 am 6:47 am
Sunrise8:44 am
Zuhr12:51 pm 12:54 pm
Asr3:11 pm 3:14 pm
Maghrib5:26 pm 5:29 pm
Isha6:32 pm 6:35 pm

Importance of Prayer:

Prayer is one of the fundamental acts of worship in Islam. It serves as a direct connection between the believer and the Creator. Regular prayer fosters mindfulness, humility, and a sense of gratitude. It’s a means to seek guidance, forgiveness, and blessings. Observing prayers punctually is a way to maintain discipline and spiritual balance in daily life.

Understanding the Prayers:

Fajr: The pre-dawn prayer, which marks the beginning of the day's prayers.
Dhuhr: The midday prayer, performed after the sun has passed its zenith.
Asr: The afternoon prayer, observed in the late afternoon.
Maghrib: The evening prayer, performed just after sunset.
Isha: The night prayer, performed after twilight has disappeared.

During daylight saving time, the prayer timings may be affected. Make sure to adjust the timings accordingly by adding or subtracting the appropriate time difference.

Tips for Praying on Time

Set Alarms: Use alarms or reminders on your phone or devices to ensure you never miss a prayer.
Prayer Apps: Download reputable prayer apps that provide accurate and timely prayer alerts.
Create a Routine: Establish a daily routine that revolves around prayer timings.
Follow the Mosque: Stay connected with your local mosque for accurate prayer time announcements.
Community Support: Join local Muslim communities to stay informed about prayer timings.
How many times a day do Muslims pray?
Muslims are required to pray five times a day, which are known as the five daily prayers or "Salah." These prayers are performed at specific times throughout the day and night.
What are the names of the five daily prayers and their timings?
The five daily prayers are: Fajr (pre-dawn), Dhuhr (midday), Asr (afternoon), Maghrib (just after sunset), and Isha (night). The timings of these prayers are determined based on the position of the sun.
How do Muslims perform their prayers?
Muslims perform their prayers facing the Kaaba in Mecca, known as the Qibla. Each prayer consists of a set sequence of physical postures and recitations, including standing, bowing, prostrating, and sitting. The prayer is accompanied by recitations from the Quran and supplications.
What is the significance of the Friday prayer (Jumu'ah)?
The Friday prayer, known as Jumu'ah, is a congregational prayer that Muslims perform every Friday, replacing the Dhuhr prayer. It holds special significance as a communal gathering for Muslims to listen to a sermon (Khutbah) and engage in collective worship.
What is the purpose of performing Salah?
Salah is a fundamental pillar of Islam and serves multiple purposes. It is a means of direct communication with Allah, an act of worship, a way to seek forgiveness, a reminder of one's submission to God, and a way to maintain spiritual discipline and mindfulness throughout the day.

Importance of praying Salah on time can be understood by these hadith: "Abdullah asked the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) "Which deed is the dearest to Allah?" He replied, "To offer the prayers at their early stated fixed times."

Sahih al-Bukhari 527

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