Do You believe the Joe Biden covid-19 mandates are unconstitutional?
If you believe the mandates are wrong, unAmerican, DO NOT COMPLY.
COVID RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION FORM
We are not selling a religious exemption. Any member of the church may submit a request, and the ordained Reverend will sign a RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION FORM for them. Church Members information will be kept private.
NON CHURCH MEMBERS
Anyone can get the form if they provide their email and phone number. We will not be evaluating individuals’ claims for why they need a religious exemption. To become a member contact UnityInLife.com. Members are required to make a donation of any size, and download any of the Sermons, Readings, Videos, or Audio files available.
The rules around religious exemptions for coronavirus vaccines vary widely as each state or institution often has its own exemption forms for people to sign. It has been reported that experts on religious freedom claims say that most people do not necessarily need a letter from clergy for a religious exemption.
Some institutions request a signature from a religious authority, but Charles Haynes, senior fellow for religious freedom at the Freedom Forum in Washington, said that those institutions could be on a shaky ground constitutionally. Haynes said that if a person states a sincere religious belief that they want to opt out of vaccination, that should be enough.
To become a member contact UnityInLife.com. Members are required to make a donation of any size, and download any of the Sermons, Readings, Videos, or Audio files available.
The Covid Connection Belief
Many people have not taken any of the three authorized coronavirus vaccines and believe they were created with aborted fetal tissue. (Developers of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines used cell lines from aborted fetal tissue to test whether the vaccines worked, but the vaccines were not developed from the same cell lines. While the Johnson & Johnson vaccine used lab-replicated fetal cells during its production process, the vaccine does not contain any fetal cells.)
The reverend nor the church council are not anti-vaccine, some already had the virus and believe that people who are infected with it can be treated with medications like ivermectin, which is used to treat parasites in humans and horses. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says ivermectin should not be used to treat or prevent covid-19.