Ramadan 2020: Suhur & Iftar Schedules in New York, New York

General Information

Midtown Manhattan is the heart of the city of New York. There is a large community of Muslims working in the surrounding area. In the year of 1990, some of the community members realized that we needed a place to perform Salatul-Jummah. For this purpose, they arranged a small place at 80th Madison Ave and prayed in that area. After a couple of years the place was evacuated by the landlord, so they arranged a new place in a hotel. They rented a floor and began to perform their salat at the new location. After two years this place was also evacuated by the hotel management. They then arranged a new place for Friday prayers in St. Baptist church at 30th between 7th and 8th ave. In the year 2000, the committee decided that they required a proper place for prayer, in which Muslims can perform salat five times a day. Since the amount of people increased day by day, the hall could not accommodate everyone. They arranged a place to buy, to set up a masjid. It was worth $ 2.9 Million. ALHAMDULILLAH in 2003, the committee got possession of this place with the name of MASJID AR RAHMAN.

Services: 5 Daily Prayers Arabic (language) Class Iftar (Ramadan) Tarawih (Ramadan) Two Jumu'ah Prayers
  • Name: Masjid Ar Rahman
  • Type: Mosque
  • Address: 15 West 29th Street, New York, NY 10001
  • City/Locality, State: New York, New York
  • Established: 2000
  • Madhab (School of thought): Sunni
  • Language Services: Arabic, English
  • Local Date/Time Now Jun 05, 2020 06:35 AM
    (Timezone: America/New_York, Daylight Savings Time is in effect)
Masjid Ar Rahman


Odhu (wash)
  • Adequate Odhu (wash) facilities
  • Restrooms are available
  • Shower facility may not be available.
  • Nearby streets parking only
  • Parking availability is difficult
Facilities for Women
  • Prayer space available in (curtain) shared prayer hall.
  • Odhu facilities may not be available.
  • Restrooms may not be available.
  • Shared entrance.
Wheelchair accessiblity
  • Not accessible by wheelchair.
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