The National Federation of Atheist, Humanist and Secularist Student Societies.
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After much thought and careful prayer, we are delighted to announce that as of today the AHS will become part of the University and Colleges Christian Federation (UCCF) with a new mission to spread the Good News of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ to the four corners of the Earth.
Explaining the move, AHS Pope Rory Fenton said, “Everyone knows that Humanism is just another kind of religion and that we atheists are just hard hearted in the face of God’s love. Jesus died for your sins- did Richard Dawkins die for your sins? How about Andrew Copson? I don’t think so.”
Under the changes, the AHS will have a new, streamlined constitution consisting only of the 10 Commandments. The popular AHS Convention will be replaced with 8 hours of Bible study in Conway Hall, with box sets of noted intellectual William Lane Craig DVD’s playing in the background.
AHS Treasurer Cardinal Matthew Power acknowledged the changes would come as a surprise to many, stating, “Look, the AHS has changed, ok? Many things have changed throughout the 6,000 years of our Earth’s existence, except for people, who were always people and never monkeys. What won’t change is the love of God for His children, or His obsession with sex. That’s what matters”
The move was endorsed by popular celestial vote on Monday night after consultation with “all the angels and saints in Heaven”, said AHS Secretary Sister Ruth Haydock . “Like literally all of them, even the weird ones who help you find lost car keys or cure stubbed toes or whatever. That’s a pretty powerful mandate. Praise Jesus”.
Also, all AHS events will now be segregated by favourite toothpaste brand because faith.