His Mansion’s beautiful campus is located in the south-central New Hampshire town of Deering. The 360-acre property begins at State Highway Rt. 149 and extends up a mountainside to the twin summits at 2000 feet. The campus itself sits on 30 acres near the lower end of the property.
Visitors to His Mansion are usually amazed at the beauty of the grounds and condition of the buildings. A fishpond, fruit trees, flowerbeds, and both hardwoods and pines accent the campus. There is a sense of peace and the setting lends itself to practicing the presence of God the Creator. The whole environment is conducive to the miracle of healing.
A long white house built around 1769 and a 130-foot barn of the same vintage are surrounded by eighteen other buildings built in the 1900s. The barn is the hub of our agriculturally-based activities, which include cows, hogs and poultry. Our residents and staff work together to plant, raise, harvest and prepare our food supply.
Our dining facility—Grigg’s Hall—serves meals in a fun-filled family environment. Relationships are built here. Manners are learned here. The body grows healthy here. Most of the food served has been grown in our gardens or pastured in our fields.
Our multi-purpose building houses a modern gymnasium, chapel and education wing. Across from it is the office building that handles administration and counseling.
The families and singles serving as Long Term Staff reside on campus. Their presence is essential to the modeling and mentoring inherent in our approach to healing.
The Operations and Training Complex, or OTC, is where we fix equipment, built and repair furniture, plan plumbing and electrical jobs and store machinery and parts. There are also classrooms in this facility where we teach work skills and safety. The remaining buildings on site are used for maintenance, wood storage or guest facilities.