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to learn about God

St Mark’s is a scholarly Christian theological community serving Australian society since 1957. We are passionate about the practical connection of theological principles to public and private life while championing intellectual rigour in the pursuit of academic excellence. A quick overview of who we are.

 


WHO WE ARE

Learn about our history, and what directs our paths. Meet the people who make up this place.

  • Our History

    A brief history of St Mark’s, from research library to theological centre

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  • Our Mission & Values

    A summary of why we’re here and the values we hold dear

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  • Our People

    The staff and faculty that make up St Mark’s National Theological Centre

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Why have a Theological Centre?

Rev'd Dr Andrew Cameron

Why have a Theological Centre?

St Mark’s Director Rev’d Dr Andrew Cameron reflects on the enduring questions humanity continues to ask and the special role that theological education plays, even in an increasingly secularist society like Australia’s.

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Other Services We Offer at St Mark's

Apart from an excellent theological library and courses for ministry and theology, St Mark's works to serve the community around us in the following ways.

  • Chapel

    Regular morning prayers in our chapel

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  • Venue Hire

    Hire our lecture rooms for events

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  • St Mark's Review

    Our quarterly academic journal

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  • Key Dates Calendar

    Important dates and events to note

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Coronavirus Update

St Mark's is back on campus

Coronavirus Update

In response to the ACT government’s advice on increased gathering limits and in line with Charles Sturt University’s COVID-19 policy, Charles Sturt University School of Theology has resumed face-to-face classes.

On-campus students are still welcome to join online if that is your preference. We also do chapel together online from Tuesdays to Thursdays when we’re in session.

READ OUR CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE PLAN

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