The Sunbury Court conference centre has hosted the majority of Salvation Army High Council meetings over the years, and has therefore been the focal point of some of the most important moments in the Army's history.
Built in the late 1990s, it seats 88 delegates in boardroom or classroom style, or 200 with mixed seating.
Data and video projection facilities are available with high quality sound amplification. There is fast, reliable wifi throughout, with an individual sound system for translation requirements. Remote blinds and adjustable lighting provide privacy as required.
There are two syndicate rooms, an additional seating area and toilet facilities.
In the mansion, there are further meeting rooms as well as a library, worship hall and prayer room. The adjacent accommodation block boasts further communal seating areas for informal discussion.