Here’s what you can expect from our new online home.
New site architecture
We have done some major housekeeping, removed old pages, and rearranged our current ones so that they are easier to find.
We’ve also done away with the one global search tool and now have plenty of mini-search bars for you around the site.
If you’re new to St Mark’s
and would like to learn more about starting your theological journey, check out our Studying with us
section as well as a list of all our courses
Currently studying with us?
All of your information is stored in our Student Centre
. It’s still a work in progress, so please let us know what else would be useful to add for you.
Catch up on our latest news and events
in our appropriately named News and Events
And don’t forget to subscribe to our email newsletter
. That’s easy to do — just scroll down to sign up at the footer of our website.
Online payments and shopfront
We now have the ability to take online payments
. This means that some of our courses can be paid immediately online, depending on the complexity of entry requirements.
This also means that we will be able to sell your textbooks and other great and rare resources
online. That feature will be coming up in the weeks ahead.
We are also revising the way we handle St Mark’s Review subscriptions
. In the coming weeks, you will be able to buy one-off copies of St Mark’s Review or opt for an annual subscription.
We’re also always thankful for the great support we get from our friends and alumni
. Donations by credit card
are now available through our website.
A New St Mark’s Review
will soon be expanding to include blog articles as well as our quarterly journal. Learn more about The Review
Our blog features shorter articles on contemporary issues impacting our church, society, and the world and caters to a broad audience. These articles can range anywhere from 500 to 2,000 words and are published on a more ad hoc
Our printed journal is a quarterly theological publication that brings a more academic focus and cadence to Christian issues. Each article is peer-reviewed and adheres to St Mark’s writing style guide. It is often a good starting platform for our students learning to write for formal publication.
Interested in getting published? Contact our editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Library has a home
St Mark’s National Memorial Library
— Bishop Burgmann’s brainchild
— is the flagship endeavour that started our journey in the theological and ministry educational space. The library is still very much a part of St Mark’s, but it now has a dedicated home-away-from-home on our website. Upcoming changes include regular updates on new arrivals of books and resources, and Library-only news
. This section is still growing and changing, so watch this space.