Ethics versus religion? The kindergarten is a place of interreligious education by the chil-dren and their families as well as the kindergarten teams in its diversity of languages, religions, cultures and countries of origin. Because of this, often different values meet each other. Interreligious work is based on an interreligious dialogue about it. In turn, the habitus of the elementary pedagogical specialists, via the individual educational work, influences the views of the children and thus their world view. Due to a lack of profes-sional reflection accompanying, many elementary pedagogical experts are not aware of their own attitude towards their own and the other religions, and therefore cannot possibly correct them. Through selected passages of a group discussion protocol, collective, im-plicit attitudes and their possible backgrounds are made visible. Sociology of religion ap-proaches are used to give a theoretical justification for the central position attitudes in the interreligious education process. The insights gained lead to possible consequences for elementary pedagogical everyday life as well as for education and training of pedagogical specialists regarding a successful interreligious work.