Establishing the second Pillar of Islam



Salah or prayer, is an obligation (fard) in Islam. This means that Muslims must pray 5 prayers throughout the day.These are:

  • Salat al-fajr – the dawn or any time before sunrise.
  • Salat al-zuhr: – midday, after the sun passes its highest.
  • Salat al-‘asr – the late part of the afternoon.
  • Salat al-maghrib – dusk or just after sunset.
  • Salat al-‘isha – between sunset and midnight.

To make sure you never miss your prayer, our website gives you up-to-date daily pray times for the city of Birmingham at the top of your screen! At the time of prayer, both men and women are welcome to pray in separate prayer spaces.

The Messenger PBUH came to us and said;

The most virtuous prayer of yours is in your homes, except for the obligatory.

[Hadith: Tirmidhi]



Friday in Arabic is called “Yawm al-Jummah,” which literally means the “day of assembly or gathering.” Even before Islam, the Arabs used to refer to Friday as “Al-Arubah,” meaning “the nice day.” There is great significance to this day for Muslims all around the world. Read about the importance of Jumm’ah and the significance of the Khutbah here

Currently, Qadria Trust, airs the live Jumm’ah Khutbah on Facebook weekly. Tune in every Friday here:

Prayer Timetable

Establishing the second pillar of Islam.

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