Mississippi Parents For Vaccine Rights | PO Box 141 | Pelahatchie | 39145
Mississippi parents do not have access to a religious waiver to the vaccine schedule for their infants and children, unlike every other southern state, as well as 47 states nationwide. Many Christian parents prayerfully and carefully make all decisions for the children God entrusted to them, including health care decisions. Praying parents often are led by God to allow or disallow certain things for  the well-being of their child. Vaccines are no different. In the state of MS, a parent cannot vaccinate their unique child differently than dictated by the MS State Department of Health when they feel so led by the Holy Spirit. If they do, they must forfeit a career to stay home with their child, as well as give up that child’s education in a public/private school setting.  That is not free exercise of religion, but discrimination and segregation Parents are aware that the culture media many childhood vaccines are grown on is propagated from the cells of aborted infants whose lives were sacrificed for vaccine production. In addition to abortions being abhorrent to Christian parents, there are valid concerns based on science that residual DNA fragments could recombine with their own child’s DNA causing health effects down the road that we do not yet know about. Mississippi’s vaccine laws - Violate your 1st Amendment Rights to free exercise of religion - Contradict MS’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 2014 by creating a “burden” to your free exercise in “the most restrictive means.”
Mississippi Parents For Vaccine Rights | PO Box 141 | Pelahatchie | 39145
Mississippi parents do not have access to a religious waiver to the vaccine
schedule for their infants and children, unlike every other southern state, as
well as 47 states nationwide.
Many Christian parents prayerfully and carefully make all decisions for the
children God entrusted to them, including health care decisions. Praying
parents often are led by God to allow or disallow certain things for  the well-
being of their child. Vaccines are no different. In the state of MS, a parent
cannot vaccinate their unique child differently than dictated by the MS State
Department of Health when they feel so led by the Holy Spirit. If they do,
they must forfeit a career to stay home with their child, as well as give up
that child’s education in a public/private school setting.  That is not free
exercise of religion, but discrimination and segregation
Parents are aware that the culture media many childhood vaccines are
grown on is propagated from the cells of aborted infants whose lives were
sacrificed for vaccine production. In addition to abortions being abhorrent to
Christian parents, there are valid concerns based on science that residual
DNA fragments could recombine with their own child’s DNA causing health
effects down the road that we do not yet know about.
Mississippi’s vaccine laws
- Violate your 1st Amendment Rights to free exercise of religion
- Contradict MS’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 2014 by creating a
“burden” to your free exercise in “the most restrictive means.”
Mississippi Parents For Vaccine Rights | PO Box 141 | Pelahatchie | 39145
Mississippi parents do not have access to a religious waiver to the vaccine schedule for their infants and children, unlike every other southern state, as well as 47 states nationwide. Many Christian parents prayerfully and carefully make all decisions for the children God entrusted to them, including health care decisions. Praying parents often are led by God to allow or disallow certain things for  the well-being of their child. Vaccines are no different. In the state of MS, a parent cannot vaccinate their unique child differently than dictated by the MS State Department of Health when they feel so led by the Holy Spirit. If they do, they must forfeit a career to stay home with their child, as well as give up that child’s education in a public/private school setting.  That is not free exercise of religion, but discrimination and segregation Parents are aware that the culture media many childhood vaccines are grown on is propagated from the cells of aborted infants whose lives were sacrificed for vaccine production. In addition to abortions being abhorrent to Christian parents, there are valid concerns based on science that residual DNA fragments could recombine with their own child’s DNA causing health effects down the road that we do not yet know about. Mississippi’s vaccine laws - Violate your 1st Amendment Rights to free exercise of religion - Contradict MS’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 2014 by creating a “burden” to your free exercise in “the most restrictive means.”