Hearing God’s Voice

Learning to listen to His still, small voice


12 - 14 May 2023

Ellel Scotland

Three Day Event

Friday Evening to Sunday Afternoon

About the Course

Being able to hear from God is key to a real relationship with Him. But sometimes we can be struggling to really hear His voice! We might be unsure even how to recognise His voice. Maybe we don’t really know if we have ever heard from Him. Or perhaps we used to be able to hear from Him in the past but now we don’t. Or maybe you know you do hear from Him and you’re hungry for more!

God wants to speak to us but sometimes things get in the way. It might be busyness and noise, or wrong beliefs or disappointments or perhaps life has just been overwhelming and we haven’t been able to take the time to really listen to Him.

This weekend is designed so that you can be able to get away from the busyness and in a restful place start hearing from God again, both for yourself as well as for others. The prayerful, open atmosphere at Blairmore House seems to be very conducive for hearing God and many people testify to finding it easier to pray and listen to God while they are here.The course will combine Biblical teaching with practical workshops as well as time for you to be alone with God.

For all those hungry to hear more clearly from our Lord we want to invite you: “Come”!

The sheep hear his voice, and he calls his own sheep by name and leads them out.

John 10:3b, ESV

Teaching Topics

  • How do I recognise His voice?
  • What may have dulled my ability to hear Him?
  • Why do I find it easy to hear God for others, but not for myself?
  • How can I carve out space in my busy life to be with Him?
  • Does God really love me and does He want to speak to me?
  • The importance of rest
  • The practice of Biblical meditation
  • Listening to God individually and corporately
  • Dynamic intercession, learning to pray for His will

Book Your Place

Booking Options

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When booking an event at Blairmore,
there are two options for accommodation,
Premium and Standard.

All rooms at Blairmore are 2-3 person sharing and en-suite.  Premium accommodation is more expensive due to the high-quality standard of the rooms, which were lovingly restored with antiques; standard accommodation is more simply renovated in a modern style.

Do contact us if you have any query about staying at Blairmore House.

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Meals & Drinks

Our kitchen team are passionate about making delicious, nutritious meals for our guests. We are able to cater for some special medical diets if you give us notice on booking and liaise with us.

Meal times are typically:
Breakfast 8.45am
Lunch 12.45pm
Evening Meal 6.00pm.

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We have a friendly reception team who will be available throughout your stay and will be able to help you with any problems or questions you may have.

It is generally open week days 9.00am- 5.00pm.

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Car Parking

We have a car park in front of the house for all our guests.  Feel free to unload at reception before parking (all cars are parked at your own risk).

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Disabled Access

We have limited ground floor bedrooms available so please enquire when booking your room if we have availability.

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Free WiFi internet access is available by reception in the house.

Getting Here and Other Details

Ellel Scotland

Ellel Scotland is set in the village of Glass, which is 45 miles west of Aberdeen in the north of Scotland. Its nearest town is Huntly.

Ellel Scotland
Blairmore House
Glass, Huntly
AB54 4XH
United Kingdom

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+44 (0)1466 799102

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Rail & Taxi

Our nearest international airport is Aberdeen (ABZ), which is 45 miles away. From there you can take a taxi to the local train station, Aberdeen Dyce, and take a train to Huntly, the closest town.

Plan Your Stay

Walking Week, North Sea Coast

Blairmore House is situated amongst stunning scenery, with rivers, lochs, mountains and coastland all within easy reach. It makes it an ideal destination for our walking and creative retreats. The coast is 25 miles north to Blairmore House, about 45 minutes drive.


Balmoral Castle was owned by Queen Victoria and is now the private property of the Royal Family. The late Queen Elizabeth was especially fond of visiting each summer. When the Royal Family is away, the castle is open to receive tourist guests. Balmoral is 50 miles south of Blairmore House, and about 1.5 hr drive away.

Cairngorm Mountains

The Cairngorms are a wild mountain range in the eastern highlands of Scotland. They are a National Park, and offer stunning scenery, hiking and skiing adventures. Aviemore town is a hub of winter sport activity when the snow arrives, having its own ski resort.

Blairmore House

There is plenty of beautiful scenery on the doorstep of Blairmore House, with woodland paths around our own grounds, or nearby walks just a short drive away.

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