Prayer Times in Sydney

Find the accurate daily Prayer time Sydney Australia 2020 | Fajr , Zuhr, Asr, Maghrib, Isha,

Prayer Times in Sydney

Prayer Times in Sydney is very useful link for all Muslim living in famous city of Australia. Salah is the second pillar of Islam and integral part of Muslim’s faith. The only thing that differentiates between a Believer and a non-Believer is Salah. The Messenger (Peace be upon Him) of Almighty Allah said that:

“Between a man and polytheism and disbelief there stands his neglect of the prayer.”

The main cause of humans in this world was to worship Almighty Allah but we, lost and busy in daily chores and routines, have forgotten that. We must understand the fact that Almighty Allah doesn’t need us, we need Him. The purpose of praying is self-recognition, building a connection with the Exalted One and to be a better person. In the Holy Quran, Allah Almighty says:

“O you who have believed, seek help through patience and prayer. Indeed, Allah is with the patient.” (2:153)

Significance of Prayer

Salah is the most important pillar of Islam after faith. It’s the most guiding principle every Muslim should follow in order to gain Allah’s will. Every Muslim should try his best to never lose a prayer no matter how serious the reason is. And if for any reason, a prayer is missed, we can pray it later.

Salah is basically a conversation with God, so we must be in the right state of mind and fully concentrate on what we pray, so we can connect to Almighty Allah. In the Holy Quran, it is stated that:

“Woe to those who pray, but are mindful of their prayer, or who pray only to be seen by people. “ (Quran 107:4-6)

Salah is so important that it is considered that a person who prays regularly succeeds in everything he does and the person who does not pray, becomes a failure. The most beloved action of Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) is praying Salah at the accurate time.

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Mosques in Sydney, Australia

Most of the mosques in Australia were built after 1970s. In a study, it was stated that there are currently over 340 mosques in Australia.

Auburn Gallipoli Mosque

It is located at 15-19 North Parade, Auburn, NSW 2144, Australia. In the suburb of Sydney, there is one of the popular mosques in the city is the Auburn Gallipoli Mosque. This Ottoman style Mosque is also one of the largest mosques in the city. It has a capacity of 1600 worshippers. But during Eid or Jummah prayers, the lawn is also occupied, which makes the overall room for over 3000 people to pray.

Sydney City Masjid

It is located at Level 1, 56-60 Erskine Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia.

It is located in Sydney’s CBD, the Erskine Street Musallah. It is a mosque that is popular amongst all city due to its prominent location. It gives the facility for both men and women. All prayers are offered here including Jummah (Friday) Prayer.

Lakemba Mosque

It is located at Lakemba (Sydney), New South Wales, Australia. The Lakemba Mosque is laso known as Masjid Ali Bin Talib. It is known to be the Australia’s largest mosque where several thousand worshippers come to attend the Jummah Prayers weekly. In a study, in 2015, around 30,000 people went there to offer Eid prayer.

Masjid Abu Bakr Al-Siddeeq

It is located at 361 Chisholm Road, Auburn, 2144 Sydney, Australia.

This is a spacious mosque where all the five prayers along with Jummah Prayer is conducted.  In this mosque, there are facilities for both men and women. This also provides Quran and Arabic classes as well as variety of religious courses for people of every age.

Jummah Prayer Timing

The Jummah prayer is the most important prayer of the week. It is offered in congregation. We pray in on Friday on the time of Dhuhr. The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon Him) described the Friday prayer virtues in the Hadith as:

”When the Friday comes, at every door of the Masjid there stands Angels who write down (the names of) those who come First, then who comes next. When the Imam sits down, the records are closed and they come to listen to the reminder, i.e. the Khutba….”  (Muslim 1984.)

Also there is a response hour at Friday at which all the supplications are accepted. This day brings a lot of blessings for Muslims.

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