During times of great turbulence and fear, tolerance and coexistence are much needed in the world. 

And just as Muslims are responding to the hate with love, Christians around the world are, too, living up to the true message of their faith. 

Here are just some examples of Christians supporting Muslims around the world during the holy month of Ramadan. 

This church in Australia hosts iftar and Friday prayers every week

For the past six years, St. Paul's Anglican Church in Perth, Australia, has been opening its doors to local Muslims who want to hold their Friday prayers. 

This Ramadan, the church went the extra mile and has been hosting iftars every week, marking what is believed to be the first gathering of its kind in the country, according to ABC News.

"I think the best way to make headway when there's lots of misunderstanding is just to break bread, share a meal," a Muslim imam said of the initiative. "Because the easiest way to a man's heart - or women's heart for that matter - is through their tummies."

"Somewhere within everybody there is something that we share in common, we're all part of one story," the church's reverend said. "All the ancient writings - the revelation of Christ, the whole lot - points towards a oneness of humanity."

This UAE church welcomed Muslim workers for Maghrib prayers

Last week, the St. George Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Simhasana Cathedral in Abu Dhabi became one of the first churches in the UAE to host Islamic Friday prayers. 

Maghrib prayers were held at the church on June 9, following an iftar get-together for some 200 Muslim road workers living near the premises.

Churches around the world have been hosting iftars

On the tenth day of Ramadan, St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Indiana, the United States, hosted an "Interfaith Iftar", which brought together people of all faiths and backgrounds.

"In this day and age, we have forgotten that despite our different faiths and backgrounds, all world religions come from the same three principles - love, respect and compassion," said Immad Ahmed, the executive director of the OBAT Helpers organization that partook in organizing the event.

Similarly, the Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral in Auckland, New Zealand, welcomed over 200 Muslims for iftar "in the spirit of facilitating deeper mutual understanding between Christians and Muslims". The event was jointly organized by the cathedral and the Shia Muslim-Christian Council.

The post-dinner address included a recital of verses from the Quran and the Bible, conveying messages of brotherhood, peace and the oneness of God.

This church in Michigan honored Muslims with a kind gesture

This Christian mesaharati in Palestine wakes Muslims for suhoor

For more than 13 years, Michel Ayoub, a 39-year-old Christian construction worker from the city of Acre, has been carrying out the ancient tradition of waking up Muslims for suhoor - a meal consumed early in the morning by Muslims before fasting. 

Throughout the holy month, Ayoub walks down the alleyways after midnight, beating his drum and chanting "Ramadan, oh healer of hearts".