By: CBS 4 Newsroom
People of all faiths gathered Monday at the finish of Quad City Marathon to honor the victims of the Boston bombings.
"So it seems that a week later, this is a good day and a good place to remember to express our unity as we come together." says organizer, Joyce Chamberlin.
Sponsored by the Quad Cities Interfaith Fellowship, the vigil was held at Bass Street Landing in Moline.
People attending say it doesn't matter what you believe in, violence should never be the answer.
Manson Diagne of East Moline is Muslim and says it's important to realize violence is never ok.
"We are against violence. No matter who commits the violence, regardless of what faith you are, we still strongly disagree with violence."