There are separate hostels for men and women. Two floors of the main building are for men; ladies hostel is separate and is located with in the campus. The two separate hostels provide good accommodation for more than hundred students. Students should bring or buy their own mattresses, pillows, mosquito nets, warm clothing, tumbler, bucket, mug etc, and stationery. The college provides cots.
All the students are required to live in their assigned rooms. The communal living residence in the college provides living/learning experience by which the college hopes to provide enrichment of the whole educational process.
John Osteen Building is a multi storeyed building behind the main building of the College. It contains the Dining Hall and Staff Quarters.
The ground floor of the John Osteen Building is the dining hall, which can provide breakfast, lunch and dinner facilities. Food is served in the dining hall by the students themselves. The mess is managed by the college and each student 'house' is assigned to facilitate the management on rotation. Absolutely no food is allowed in the class rooms or in the dormitory. Eating must be confined to the dining hall.
There is a first aid medical facility available on the campus under the supervision of trained medical staff. There is also a clinic under the supervision of Native Missionary Movement (the mother organization) to avail of basic medical facilities, at a walking distance. Apart from this, there are teams of doctors visiting the campus.
Student life at Filadelfia is full of excitement, growth, development and discovery as one share this important time of ministerial training and preparation with other students. The students will have fellowship with students of a variety of ages, professions and cultural backgrounds from more than 15 language groups including a few neighbouring countries.