Mattersey Hall itself is a large eighteenth-century mansion set in 14 acres of beautiful grounds.
The mansion accommodates the National Ministry Centre of British Assemblies of God as well as faculty offices and currently the College library. Residential students are accommodated on campus in our hall of residence, which provides individual study bedrooms for over 90 students, double rooms with en-suite facilities for married couples, a TV/common room, dining room and conservatory, home of the College café. Wireless broadband internet access is available throughout the campus. Outside, in the summer, we have an open-air swimming pool, football pitch, volleyball and a grass tennis court.
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 chapel services and other corporate devotional activities of the College take place. The College is also home to the Donald Gee Centre, one of the world’s primary resources for the study of Pentecostal and Charismatic history and theology, and therefore a major focus for international research into these areas.
A Main Entrance
B The Old Hall
Including administrative and faculty offices, the academic department and the College Library
C Teaching Block
Classrooms 1-3, Chapel, College Dean’s Office, Ministries & Mentoring Officer’s Office, Student Noticeboards
D Day Students’ Car Park
E Residential Students’ Car Park
F Hall of Residence
Including Dining Room, Conservatory and Common Room
G Swimming Pool
H Tennis Court