Indonesia is a country that consists of various tribes, races, religions and customs, Indonesia has six official religions that are recognized by other countries: Islam, Christianity, Protestantism, Catholicism, Hinduism and Buddhism. Every citizen is free to choose their own belief system to follow. Lampung has a heterogeneous population, especially in the district of South Lampung, Tanjung Sari District, as they come from various tribes, so it is necessary that there is a sense of tolerance among every group. Inter-religious harmony in Kertosari village is the responsibility of the village government. This research shows how the village head’s policy builds an attitude of tolerance of religion through the role of the FKUB in Kertosari village, for the purpose of knowing what the policies of the government are, especially the village government (village head) in building religious tolerance. This problem is based on the law regarding the harmony of the joint regulation of the Minister of Religion and the Minister of Home Affairs in Number 9 of 2006 and Number 8 of 2006. The method used in this research is a descriptive-qualitative method, with the process of collecting data done through interviews, observation, and documentation. Primary data was obtained directly from the results of observation and interviews directly with the village head, each religious figure and village government officials. The data analysis technique used after collection was descriptive-qualitative, such as presenting data in detail so that an overview of a conclusion could be obtained. The theory used in analysis was purposive sampling. The results show that the village head in Kertosari village did not yet have a written policy that was used to regulate the religious community in the village, and did not work according to the common rules of the Minister of Religion and the Minister of Home Affairs in Number 9 of 2006 and Number 8 of 2006.
Keywords: village Religious, Tolerance.