Atheists In Kenya Society

Supporting humanist Atheists In Kenya Society learn more positive freedom values for a brighter future.

Logic and Critical Thinking.

We advocate for the rigorously and skilful use of information, experience, observation, and reasoning to guide our decisions, actions, and beliefs.


We believe that human beings can search for meaning in various ways and cherish profound identity-shaping convictions, in conformity with which they may wish to live their lives, as individuals and in community with others.


Knowledge is the key that unlocks our potential and empowers us to make informed decisions, tackle challenges, and contribute to the betterment of society.


Compassion is unifying. It enables us to understand someone else’s situation, making us take action to change their lives for the better.

We stand for a more humane society.

The Atheists In Kenya Society stands for the building of a more humane society through an ethics based on human and other natural values in a spirit of reason and free inquiry through human capabilities.

We are not theistic, and we do not accept supernatural views of reality.

Who we are

We are an atheist organisation registered under the Societies Act, CAP 108, We are the first and only legally registered atheist organisation in Kenya.

The Atheists In Kenya Society acts as an umbrella body for non-believers in Kenya. These include:

If you lack an active belief in gods, you are an atheist. Being an atheist doesn’t mean you’re sure about every theological question, have answers to the way the world was created, or how evolution works. It just means that the assertion that gods exist has left you unconvinced.
An agnostic is a person who believes that any ultimate reality (such as God) is unknown and probably unknowable. Agnostics are not committed to believing in either the existence or the nonexistence of God or a god. Agnostics may also refrain from commitment to any religious doctrine because of a lack of knowledge about God or the creation of the universe.
A freethinker is someone who forms their own opinions and beliefs, especially about religion or politics, rather than just accepting what is officially or commonly believed and taught. Freethinkers are mentally free from conventional bonds of tradition or dogma and think independently.
Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life that, without theism or other supernatural beliefs, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good.
A skeptic questions the validity or authenticity of something purporting to be factual. Skepticism prompts us to question assumptions, beliefs, and claims. By doing so, we avoid blind acceptance and engage in evidence-based reasoning.
Spirituality is a worldview that suggests a dimension to life beyond what we experience on the sensory and physical levels. In practice, this might entail religious or cultural practices and beliefs surrounding a higher being, connection with others and the world as a whole, and/or the pursuit of self-improvement.

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Here are some ways you can work with us:

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FREEDOM OF RELIGION AND BELIEF: Atheists In Kenya Society wins Court Case against Attorney General.(2019)

Support the work that we do

By donating to the Atheists In Kenya Society, you’ll be helping us to champion ideas for the one life we have, helping support more people to lead happier, confident, more fulfilling lives. We are entirely dependent on the generous gifts of our members and supporters to provide our much-needed campaigns and services.

Help us build a tolerant world where rational thinking and kindness prevail.
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