Chicago

Today’s Islamic Prayer Times in Chicago, Illinois, United States for Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha Namaz (Salah).

Calculation method: Islamic Society of North America

Angles: Fajr 15.0° – Isha 15.0°

Asr Juristic method: Hanbali, Maliki, Shafi

We display Athan (begin) times only. For Iqama times, please refer to your local Mosque (Masjid) timetable.

Qibla direction

The Qibla direction from Chicago is 48°.

Prayer Timetable

FebruaryFajrSunriseDhuhrAsrMaghribIsha
01 Thu05:44 AM07:03 AM12:05 PM02:44 PM05:06 PM06:25 PM
02 Fri05:43 AM07:02 AM12:05 PM02:45 PM05:07 PM06:26 PM
03 Sat05:42 AM07:01 AM12:05 PM02:46 PM05:08 PM06:28 PM
04 Sun05:41 AM07:00 AM12:05 PM02:47 PM05:10 PM06:29 PM
05 Mon05:40 AM06:59 AM12:05 PM02:48 PM05:11 PM06:30 PM
06 Tue05:39 AM06:58 AM12:05 PM02:49 PM05:12 PM06:31 PM
07 Wed05:38 AM06:56 AM12:05 PM02:50 PM05:13 PM06:32 PM
08 Thu05:37 AM06:55 AM12:05 PM02:51 PM05:15 PM06:33 PM
09 Fri05:36 AM06:54 AM12:05 PM02:52 PM05:16 PM06:34 PM
10 Sat05:35 AM06:53 AM12:05 PM02:53 PM05:17 PM06:36 PM
11 Sun05:34 AM06:51 AM12:05 PM02:54 PM05:19 PM06:37 PM
12 Mon05:33 AM06:50 AM12:05 PM02:55 PM05:20 PM06:38 PM
13 Tue05:31 AM06:49 AM12:05 PM02:56 PM05:21 PM06:39 PM
14 Wed05:30 AM06:48 AM12:05 PM02:57 PM05:22 PM06:40 PM
15 Thu05:29 AM06:46 AM12:05 PM02:58 PM05:24 PM06:41 PM
16 Fri05:28 AM06:45 AM12:05 PM02:59 PM05:25 PM06:43 PM
17 Sat05:26 AM06:44 AM12:05 PM03:00 PM05:26 PM06:44 PM
18 Sun05:25 AM06:42 AM12:05 PM03:01 PM05:27 PM06:45 PM
19 Mon05:24 AM06:41 AM12:05 PM03:02 PM05:29 PM06:46 PM
20 Tue05:22 AM06:39 AM12:05 PM03:03 PM05:30 PM06:47 PM
21 Wed05:21 AM06:38 AM12:05 PM03:04 PM05:31 PM06:48 PM
22 Thu05:20 AM06:36 AM12:05 PM03:05 PM05:32 PM06:49 PM
23 Fri05:18 AM06:35 AM12:04 PM03:05 PM05:34 PM06:51 PM
24 Sat05:17 AM06:33 AM12:04 PM03:06 PM05:35 PM06:52 PM
25 Sun05:15 AM06:32 AM12:04 PM03:07 PM05:36 PM06:53 PM
26 Mon05:14 AM06:30 AM12:04 PM03:08 PM05:37 PM06:54 PM
27 Tue05:12 AM06:29 AM12:04 PM03:09 PM05:38 PM06:55 PM
28 Wed05:11 AM06:27 AM12:04 PM03:10 PM05:40 PM06:56 PM
29 Thu05:09 AM06:26 AM12:03 PM03:10 PM05:41 PM06:58 PM

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Salah?

Salah, also known as Salat or Namaz, is obligatory for Muslims to perform five times a day at the prescribed times, always facing towards the Kaaba. It is the second Pillar of Islam. The prayer timings are calculated depending on the condition of the sun and geography.

What are the five daily prayers of Islam?

  • Fajr (Dawn)
  • Dhuhr (Noon)
  • Asr (Late Afternoon)
  • Maghrib (Sunset)
  • Isha (Night)

How many Rakats in each prayer?

  • Fajr: 2 Rakat Sunnah, then 2 Rakat Fard
  • Dhuhr: 4 Rakat Sunnah, then 4 Rakat Fard, then 2 Rakat Sunnah, then 2 Rakat Nafl
  • Asr: 4 Rakat Sunnah, then 4 Rakat Fard
  • Maghrib: 3 Rakat Fard, then 2 Rakat Sunnah, then 2 Rakat Nafl
  • Isha: 4 Rakat Sunnah, then 4 Rakat Fard, then 2 Rakat Sunnah, then 2 Rakat Nafl, then 3 Rakat Witr, then 2 Rakat Nafl

What is the Qibla?

Qibla is the direction towards the Kaaba in the Grand Mosque in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. It is the direction toward which Muslims face for the salah, wherever they are.