Our Schedule

Iqamah Timings

Fajr

5:30 AM 4:42 AM

Dhuhr

1:30 PM 12:53 PM

Asar

6:00 PM 5:44 PM

Magrib

7:50 PM 7:45 PM

Isha

9:30 PM 9:05 PM

1st Jummah

1:00 PM Masjid

2nd Jummah

1:15 PM Elks Lodge

3nd Jummah

3:45 PM Masjid

*these times are estimates, for more accurate times look at our monthly calendar

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