Mattersey Hall itself is a large eighteenth-century country mansion set in fourteen acres of beautiful lawns, gardens and playing fields. The mansion currently accommodates the college library and staff offices.
Residential students are accommodated on campus in our hall of residence, which provides individual study bedrooms for approximately a hundred students, double rooms with en-suite facilities for married couples, a common room with TV facilities and the dining room. Our newly built conservatory, home to our café, is the best place to chill out on campus. Wireless internet access is available throughout the campus.
Outside, in the summer, we have an open-air swimming pool, volleyball and football field.
A prestigious and comfortable teaching block houses well-equipped classrooms with multimedia teaching facilities at ground floor level and upstairs a spacious chapel, where morning services and other corporate devotional activities of the college take place.
The college is also home to the Donald Gee Centre, which is one of the world’s primary resources for the study of Pentecostal history and theology and therefore a major focus for international research into these areas.