Religious entities are exempt from Title III of the ADA. They may be subject to employment obligations of Title I if they have 15 or more employees. The ADA defines a religious entity as any religious organization, or entity controlled by a religious organization, which includes places of worship. The scope of the exemption covers all activities, whether religious or secular. For example, if a religious group operates a day care center for members and nonmembers, it would still not be required to adhere to the ADA obligations. If the religious entity rents out their space to a private business, then the tenant business would have to comply with Title III, but the religious entity would still remain exempt.