Students' Representative Committee
St Mark's Students' Representative Committee (SRC) has as its main goal the promotion of student welfare and student amenities.
- CSU Bachelor of Theology students
- Full-time or Part-time CSU Theology on-campus students
- Full-time or Part-time CSU Theology on-line students
- CSU Postgraduate students
- VET Sector Ministry Trainees
- VET Sector Counselling Trainees;
- and, a member of the St Mark’s Alumni.
Officers of the SRCTo contact any of the following SRC reps, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the person's name as the subject and it will be re-directed to them.
|Rebecca (Becc) Morris||
After graduating from the Graduate Diploma in Theology, I am now continuing with studying my Master in Theology at St Mark's. I am a high school teacher by trade and I continue my ministry training as a Licenced Lay Minister in the Anglican Parish of Bungendore.
My biggest inspirations for all that I do, especially in following God's call upon my life, are my husband and my two daughters.
I’m delighted and honoured to be a member of the St Mark’s Student Representative Committee, and hope many students will be in touch with ideas and issues. I’m happy to pass on compliments as well.
After retiring in 2011, I started my BTh at St Mark’s in early 2012. I’m married to Terry Craig, and have three children and four grandchildren.
Having been a committed Christian for just over 30 years, I’ve been part of pentecostal, charismatic and Anglican churches (we moved a lot). Terry and I settled in St James at Holt in the late 90s, and apart from four years in Sydney have been there ever since.
I was born in the UK and I have lived for approximately equal durations, first in the United Kingdom and now in Australia. My Australian experience is essentially Victorian but I have lived, with my husband, for the last five years in Canberra.
I have recently commenced a Ph.D. having completed a B.Th. and honours here at St Mark’s. My research topic is focussed on a theological basis for the common good and the implications for inter-cultural relations in Australia. I have participated in the activities of the Student Association (now replaced by the SRC) and I am currently the student representative for the St Mark’s consultative library committee.
I have always belonged to an Anglican congregation and currently, at St Stephen’s Kambah, participate in lay worship leading and co-ordinate the mentoring of children at the local primary school.
My interests include: reading – mostly novels and history; natural history – especially botany; growing things – particularly herbs; and yarn craft – mainly crochet and cross stitch.
Students' Facebook Page
The Students' Facebook page is great resource for all St Mark's students and interested persons. Details of upcoming student events and tips for engaging with life as a student of theology.Documents