Last September a suicide bomber set off a bomb in a Pentecostal church in Solo, a city in Central Java, Indonesia. The bomber was killed and 24 people were injured as they were leaving the church, 11 of whom needed surgery. Members of Forum Across Religions and Groups (FPLAG), an interfaith peace forum, immediately kicked into action. Its members were dissuaded from making statements that would inflame relations between Christians and Muslims. The group reinforced the point that Muslim leaders rejected bombing as an expression of Islam. FPLAG also worked at healing congregants traumatized by the bombing, some of them children afraid to return to church. FPLAG represents every religious group in Solo, including Christians, Muslims and Hindus. Their meetings rotate between their worship centers (mcc.org).