These are meant to help get you started or to give you tips about obtaining a religious exemption from the Covid ‘vaccine’. Checkout the different websites for helpful information. Below is also an example of a religious exemption that has worked for some people. You are welcome to use it as it is or change it to your liking.
(Another idea I will throw out there is if the exemption doesn’t work: If you employer is ‘mandating’ you to get the shot, ask or tell your employer they need to sign off on a form that if you were to get any adverse reactions from/following the shot, become sick, become hospitalized, or worse etc that the employer/company would be held liable and responsible for all associated costs etc (since the pharmaceutical industry isn’t.)
I image they may be very weary of doing that. If they don’t maybe that could be a way that they would change their mind and wouldn’t mandated you to get it? If you all came together it would be even more powerful. Just an idea, don’t know if that could work or not but thought I would mention it.)
I, ………. , would like to exercise my rights under the United States Constitution to receive Religious Exemption from Vaccination due to my genuine and sincere religious beliefs which are contrary to the practices herein required for myself.
As a member of the Christian faith, this vaccination is a direct violation of my beliefs for several reasons. Aborted fetal cell use in vaccines are against my beliefs “Thou shalt not kill” (Exodus 20:13). Children are recognized from God at the point of conception (Genesis 4:1, 17, and Jeremiah 1:5), are knit together by God in the womb (Psalm 139:13-16; Galatians 1:15), are created in His image (Genesis 1:27), and their killing is condemned (Exodus 23:7; Proverbs 6:16-17). My body is the temple of God.
My faith will not allow me to question our Lord and God, nor to challenge His divine power. My objection is based on my deeply held spiritual beliefs based on scripture. The vaccination of myself violates laws put forth within us by a higher force at the time of conception. My religious beliefs include my obedience to God’s law, the Holy Bible, and I believe that I am responsible before God for the life and safety of myself, created by God in his image.
I thank you for respectfully adhering to my first amendment rights guaranteed as citizens of the United States of America by her great Constitution and reinforced on a state level by the fourteenth amendment without prejudice. The US Supreme Court held in Frazee V. Illinois Dept. of Security, 489 US 829, that a religious belief is subject to protection even though no religious group espouses such beliefs or the fact that the religious group to which the individual professes to belong may not advocate or require such belief. This ruling is also reflected in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended Nov. 1, 1980; Part 1605.1- Guidelines on Discrimination Because of Religion.