Five Classrooms, Faculty Lounge, Computer Lab. with high speed internet service, and a Reference Library.
The Weavers Hall
Erma Grove Hall
Female residence, amed after Erma Grove, a Mennonite Missionary who was head of the Seminary for over a decade
It is fully furnished with dining chair and tables, kitchen, double-door refrigerator, two bedrooms with three beds and a study room. There is air-condition and a Wi-Fi connection.
A Convenience Shop
With over 35,000 books and Journals, audio visuals, photocopies, and a Concourse programme for electronic search. Major contributors to the Library are: East West Interknit (EWI), Lutheran International Library Assistance Program (LILAP), and Books Abroad. Kathy Steppa donated money in memory of her parents, Thomas & Mildred Jackson.
The history of the library is a reflection of the growth of the seminary. The growth has been steadily – from 60 books in 1986 to over 35,000 at present. The library has been named after Erwin Spruth, former President of the seminary and Dr. Sam Jones, in recognition of their immense contribution to the growth of the library.
Institutions that have donated books to the library include; Books Abroad and Home, Lutheran International Library Program (LILAP), East/West Interknit (EWI) and Theological Book Network (TBN). Books published by African publishers are also available at the library.
Proposed Worship Center
A Worship Centre and Library are in the planning stage. Chapel services are currently held in a large classroom