The following chapter is about funding religious heritage in a secular society. Questions like ‘Is funding religious heritage at the same time also funding religion?’ or ‘Is only heritage of traditional religions funded by public money?’ are important and often heatedly debated. In the current European context, religious diversity is increasing and the role and presence of any kind of religion in the public sphere and funding of religion either directly or indirectly have become highly contested issues. Europe is a mosaic of varying cultures, tradition and practices with their different histories and experiences. These differences are also reflected in domestic conservation policies. The following chapter focuses on conservation of religious heritage and the related funding in Estonia.