Small gestures can mean a lot sometimes.
Over the weekend, a Mormon congregation in Brisbane, Australia, demonstrated just how important those small gestures can be.
They invited a group of Muslim community members to tour their church. And when it came time for the visitors' evening prayers, they set aside a room for them to pray.
The images are inspiring and show how powerful it can be when members of different religions stand together against fear and intolerance.
According to the local news report, the church hoped to use the event to send a message. And it succeeded.
"KUTV spoke with Sue Owen, Queensland director of public affairs for the LDS church, who said inviting inter-faith groups to their event was a wonderful way to connect with members of other religions. 'We really think that by joining together we will find peace,' Owen said. 'We can promote peace by finding out what we have in common, rather than what sets us apart.'"