Vaccine Exemptions by StateSee these websites: Vaccine Exemptions (VaxTruth.org) or Vaccine Exemptions (NVIC.org). For the full text of state laws regarding vaccine requirements, see School Exemption Laws by State (VaccineSafety.edu). For a religious exemption (not allowed in CA, MI, WV), see this sample Religious Exemption Letter with Scriptural Support. Also, Biblical Reasons To Not Vaccinate and Vaccination: The UnGodly Practice. This Seventh-Day Adventist Exemption Letter could be used as a model for your church. There are also many relevant links here: Vaccines and Religion. For legal assistance with exemptions, see VaccineRights.com. In New York, see also Coalition for Informed Choice. For exemption information under SB277 in California, see this article by Leslie Manookian: How to Claim a Medical Exemption in CA.
"Our faith teaches that life is sacred. God's 6th commandment "Thou shall not kill." (Exodus 20:13) We believe this also applies to the practice of injecting substances that could potentially cause death. This applies to all vaccines that list death as an adverse reaction, or any other side effect that could potentially cause death such as encephalitis." -Educate4theInjured.orgYou do not have to be a member of a recognized religion in order to claim a religious exemption. A federal court has determined that, under title VII of the civil rights law, a deeply held moral or ethical belief that relates to life, purpose and death can be equivalent to traditional religious belief. So, for example, if you are a vegan who does not believe it is ethical to kill animals for any purpose, you can claim a vaccine religious exemption based on the fact that animals are killed so their organs can be harvested to make vaccines. See VaccineRights.com for details.
Denied a Medical Exemption to Vaccination? Read this!
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Vaccination Policy, a Letter to the First Presidency
Full Text of California Senate Bill 277
Oregon State Senator Dennis Linthicum: First Do No Harm