About Friends & Alumni

The support of our Friends and Alumni helps St Mark’s deliver high quality education in theology, pastoral care, counseling and ministry formation.

St Mark's also conducts an active program of public lectures and publications to address critical issues confronting Australian society.

To register as a friend or to reconnect with us as alumni, simply subscribe to our mailing list for email updates and newsletters.


Ways you can become part of the St Mark’s community

  • attending St Mark’s events including public lectures, seminars and conferences, the annual open day and awards dinner.
  • joining the St Mark’s library where you can borrow from one of the largest theological libraries in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • subscribing to St Mark’s Review theological journal. 
St Mark’s has benefitted greatly from the continued generosity of Friends and Alumni through individual financial contributions, fund-raising events, and through volunteered time and expertise.
  • If you would like to volunteer your time and expertise please contact us at admin@stmarks.edu.au. Current volunteers provide a range of assistance including library, business skills, graphic design and gardening.


St Mark’s has a vast and talented pool of graduates, serving within Australia and internationally in lay and ordained ministry, counselling and pastoral care, business, and academia. We encourage our graduates to continue their involvement with St Mark’s beyond graduation involved in events, volunteering, contributing to publications, mentoring and teaching.

Would you like to share your ministry story?

As part of St Mark’s 60th anniversary celebrations we would love to showcase the diverse and wonderful ways our graduates are contributing to the world in our newsletter and social media. If you would like to contribute your story to “where are they now” stories of our Alumni, please send your story (300-500 words) and a photograph to marketing@stmarks.edu.au. All featured alumni will receive a Koorong gift voucher.