A study was conducted to analyze the concept of play among the Hutterites, a religious ethnic minority. They have maintained their unique culture based on Christianity for more than 450 years. They form communities, each of which is usually called a "colony" living under a joint ownership system. Therefore they share everything, such as food and clothing they also have to share labor. They have a very strict life style, which follows Biblical philosophy; they try to avoid worldly pleasures or desires. Many scholars have focused more on their religious beliefs, education, economic activities and social structure, and the impression has been that the Hutterites do not engage in any form of play. However, through fieldwork it was confirmed that the Hutterites do engage in play in everyday life. In this paper, their concept of play is analyzed in two ways the behavior of value standards determined by their faith and their recognition of play in everyday life. As a result, they have two religious value standards for dealing with behavior, such as the positive term "delighted Gβod" and the negative term "delighted flesh". In their everyday life, they recognize play as "shpil (spiel)", "shpas (spa β)" and "lust". "Shpil" is a general term for child's play, and the other two terms represent adult's play. Within adult's play, they distinguish between "shpas" and "lust" ; "shpas" is acceptable play which delights God, while "lust" is labeled as rejection which delights flesh. Therefore, if they recognize their play as "shpas", and if their recognition adjusts to their faith, they can accept play.