Religious Exemption for a School: Series Post 3

August 2, 2021 Tara Eveland 3 min read
Do you need to write a religious exemption for a school?

Do you need to write a religious exemption to vaccines letter for a school? If so, this is the blog series for you. I’ve been posting exemption examples for the last several months (find the list of previous posts at the end) as a means to inspire my readers to write their own deeply held religious believes down on paper, before the need arises to actually use it. I want to point out that I am not a lawyer, this is not meant to be legal advice, only examples of writing.

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Religious Vaccine Exemption Example written for an elementary school In America

The following words were sent to me via Twitter, by a follower that wanted to share to inspire others. It is not meant as legal advice, it is nothing more than a personal letter to declare a deeply held religious belief. Please remember how important it is to use your own words when writing your own letter. If you need more guidance check out the Intro to the blog series HERE. The states vary on what makes up a religious exemption, but the main thing is it needs to be your own deep belief. Not my belief, not the person that wrote this exemption, but yours. I hope these letters in this blog series can serve as a guide for inspiring yours.

To whom it may concern,

New Jersey’s State Sanitary Code (26:1A-9.1) and provisions 18A:61D-3 and 18A:61D-4 provide students an exemption from mandatory immunization when the proposed immunization interferes with the free exercise of the student’s religious rights.


I certify that the COVID-19 immunization interferes with the free exercise of my religious rights as a devout Christian. The administration of compromised immunizing agents conflicts with my exercise of religious tenets and practices, and I object to the administration of such agents that were created and/or tested with abortion-derived cell lines.

The components of the vaccine offend and interfere with my sincerely held religious beliefs, which command me to keep my body pure so that I may continue to glorify God.

“Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God? You are not your own, for you were bought with a price. So glorify God in your body” (1 Corinthians 6:19-20).

The author asked to remain anonymous. If you have an exemption letter you’d like to share please reach out to me at taraeveland@gmail.com and I can share it with credit to you, or anonymously.

REad the rest of this series of exemption examples..

Post 1 My families personal religious exemption letter written for employer shared as an example to inspire others

Post 2 Written by an American University student to attend Fall 2021/2022 semester

Post 3 You just read that above ^

Want More Vaccine Resources?

Check out this all in one downloadable Vaccine Guide. I did not make this, the credit goes to activist and freedom keeper Ashley Everly. This is a HUGE download and it has to be put in a HUGE binder. It is one of the largest printouts I’ve ever seen actually, be prepared to go through at LEAST one printer cartridge. I personally recommend using a printer service like mpixpro though.


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Tara Eveland

Free thinker, freedom fighter, fierce mama bear and daughter of the King.

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