EMOAF Church Letters of Religious Exemption
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EMOAF Church is a worldwide evangelistic church ministry serving millions of souls in over 175 countries who need God outside the walls of the church. Get saved, the Day of the Lord is at hand. 
Latest News 12/17/21: Federal appeals court reinstates Biden administration’s business vaccine and testing mandate. 

Friends, as we are praying for this to cease and desist don't let this news get you down. 

Many people who hold sincere religious beliefs do not go to church or hold membership in any organized religion. This is their right and it is protect by Law. 

This is where we come in. Let our church cover you. 

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Don't let the current situation stress you out. Let us help you.

God bless you all! 

With love and great appreciation for you all,

Evangelist Anita Martir Rivera
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Please note that a donation will be humbly asked on behalf of the work of the church ministry
We are happy to accommodate exemptions for:

Independent and Federal Contractors 
Students (K-12 and Higher Education) 

Now offering Letters of Religious Exemption for International Nations
 (locations vary)


Letters of Religious Exemption now available for Travel
Please note: we do not fill out employer forms. 

We adhere to the legality of the separation of church and state. This is an adherence and a legal establishment clause respected by the church.  

Due to nature of the emergency happening in our country and around the world if this is your first time hearing about our church ministry and you hold sincere religious beliefs that go against you taking the vaccine don't hesitate to contact me, we can help, no personal religious questions asked.  
Please note that the purpose of Letters of Religious Exemptions are not to rebel against any form of man-made or ordained authority but to stand on the Authority mandated in the U.S. Constitution and the human right ordered by God who holds our very breath to remain in obedience and not in violation of strongly held religious beliefs and duty that we have as a fundamental human and religious right. 
Here's what Supreme Court's decision on vaccine mandate means for employees and employers: (1-13-22)

Villanova University law professor Ann Juliano explained what that means for employees and employers.

"Employers still have the ability to require employees to be vaccinated," said Juliano.

The news won’t change much for workers, says Jason Reisman, a labor attorney for Blank Rome in Philadelphia.

Workers who choose not to be vaccinated will likely not see a requirement from their employer if it was waiting for the outcome of the ruling. Those with religious or medical exemptions will remain exempt.

Employees must refer to what their company policy includes.

“Some companies will continue to enact vaccine mandates because their city, like New York, has a mandate, or just because that’s what they want to do. 

"Employers who were maybe relying on the fact that the federal government was making them do it, they don't have that anymore as an excuse. If you're an employee at a business that was saying, 'it's not us, it's the federal government, they're making us do this' -- that's not in effect anymore," said Juliano.

The court is allowing the administration to proceed with a vaccine mandate for most health care workers in the U.S.
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If you need a letter of religious exemption for work, military or school contact me at: [email protected]

No one has a right to infringe on your privately held religious beliefs, practices or tenets.

No one has a right to pressure you or hold you hostage regarding your private worship and/or tenets.

No one has a right to open up a sacred place that only you and God has access to.

No one has a right to interrogate you on your religious doctrine/ beliefs and why you do and believe as you do.