The Graduate Certificate of Pastoral Care for Mental Health is designed to be a professional development course for both ministry workers and professional health care workers alike.Read more
Listen to Keith Condie, the Institute's Co-Director, share four key findings that emerged from the research project carried out in early 2020.Read more
The grief and uncertainty created by COVID-19 leaves a lot of unanswered questions. How are people in the church and wider community reaching out for support and for help? What... Read more
July 1 2020 marked a big change for Mary Andrews College and also for ADM’s Mental Health & Pastoral Care Institute (MHPCI). And now we are so thrilled to share... Read more
An essential part of MAC’s DNA is that we exist to train every woman who loves Jesus and who desires to serve Him faithfully in her church and local community... Read more
In her final days before retiring from her role as Principal of Mary Andrews College, Rev. Jackie Stoneman—a familiar voice of encouragement and faith for many of us, kindly agreed... Read more
MAC’s new Principal, Rev. Dr Katy Smith, has a special message in regards to MAC’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Australian College of Theology (ACT), of which Mary Andrews College (MAC) is an affiliated college, has asked that we let all of our students and staff know this public... Read more