For 125 years, our work has responded to context and need, but we have had an enduring underlying mission: to raise up women with theological formation for practical and public engagement. We do so for the Church, and the common good.
Learn more about our recent work in our Annual Report for 2016.
Download our Constitution here.
As of 30 January 2017, ADM has reopened its doors. Our beautiful new spaces are complete and Mary Andrews College library, classrooms and reading room have re-opened.
We're so excited to bring you a great space to use.
Our space for classrooms, the library and our office will be expanded and renovated over the Summer!
To enable the renovations to happen, our whole space will close at the end of Friday 25 November, and remain closed over the Summer. Our team will be working off-site.
We will open the front doors again after Australia Day. As we near that date, we will post an update to confirm the exact day we will re-open.
While our physical office will be closed, you can reach us on our general office phone number (02 9284 1476), or at firstname.lastname@example.org Our team's work emails will of course stay the same. And enrolments for Mary Andrews College will continue as normal (other than for in-person enrolments, which won't be possible). The MAC team can always help you by phone or email, though!
Have you thought about applying for the Hub at ADM for 2017? You should!
ADM partners with Seed to bring you The Hub, a course that provides opportunities for formation and training, while also incubating the real initiatives of those involved. Find out more here.
You have an idea an idea of how to use your gifts. And whether you’re developing a ministry, running a project that brings mercy and justice, starting a company that brings good into the world, or creating an arts initiative, we want to hear about it. Find out more here.
ADM Visiting Fellow 2016, Elizabeth Oldfield, Director of Theos, the UK's leading religion and society think tank, will be giving a Public Lecture on the topic 'Is Europe Still Christian? Lessons and Reflections on Religion in Public Life.'
Tuesday 2 August at St Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, at 7pm.
Book tickets here.