1. The applicants must be affiliated with a local faith that meets the standards of the Roundtable - for example, a faith that works in harmony with the members of the group.
2. The applicants must provide the host facility and are responsible for advertising the event.
3. The event must be approved by the Interfaith Week Committee.
4. The message must be about educating Utahns about their faith or about what their faith has in common with others.
5. Political messages, candidate or political measure positions are not part of Interfaith Week.
6. While in most circumstances, Interfaith Week events are limited to Utah participants, The Interfaith Week Committee may approve special exceptions when there is a visiting national or international group that promotes a major goal of the Roundtable. In such instances, the Interfaith Week Committee may assign a local individual or group that will assist the participants in arranging a space and publicity for their event.
7. All Interfaith Week events must be presented FREE of charge to the public.