Black Mountains Posts

Black Mountains Filling Station CANCELLED due to CORONAVIRUS

In accordance with the government, NHS and The Filling Station national headquarters, we are cancelling the Black Mountains Filling Station, which meets in Glasbury, for at least March and April.  After that the situation will be reviewed.  We will keep you informed. The current climate of cancelling services, Filling Station events, etc. opens wide the opportunities… Read More

Strength in weakness

In September we had a powerful meeting with guest speaker Paul Francis from Glenwood in Cardiff. Powerful meeting? What exactly does that mean? In 2 Cor 12:10 the apostle Paul says, ‘When I am weak, then I am strong.’ Our speaker shared his own experience of brokenness and weakness, encouraging us all to be honest… Read More

Springing into Summer

Apologies for the lack of recent posts. The Filling Station ‘postman’ has been snowed under lately, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t being having some amazing input at our monthly meetings. In March our regional director Hellie Brunt wowed us with what God has been doing in her life and ministry in recent months; in… Read More

Full House

We had a hugely encouraging meeting on Friday Feb 23rd, with popular local speaker Phil Arnold from Hereford attracting a full house, filling Glasbury Village Hall to capacity. The hall was not only full of people but very soon full of worship, and more importantly full of the Holy Spirit. With an earlier emphasis on… Read More

Shofar so good

Our January meeting started with an amazing testimony of faith from one of our older friends who shared how God had challenged her to dip herself 7 times in the river, just as Naaman did in the OT. Despite being in her eighties and the fact that it was midwinter, she obeyed God and as a result was… Read More

Being the person God created you to be.

On Friday Nov 24th we welcomed our guest speaker Brian Hayward from Abertillery, who brought a strong word from God, challenging us to be who we are, who we have been created to be, rather than trying to be like others. On the same theme he challenged us to do what God is calling us… Read More

Fun and Faith

We had a wonderful evening at our October meeting when Ian MacDonald had us laughing out loud. Ian has worked as Youth and Discipleship adviser for the Oxford diocese of the Church of England, but has more recently branched out as a stand up comedian. Whereas some comedians make fun of others, Ian had us… Read More

Talking of Eagles

On Sept 29th we met again after our Summer break, and it was so good to catch up with old friends and new.  Numbers were down a bit with some of our regulars away on holiday, but it was refreshing to gather again and worship together. Rupert Clark Lewis began his talk with a wonderful story… Read More

Summer sizzler

We had an amazing meeting on July 28th when Rob Jones spoke to us about the incredible success of the New Wine Cymru Mission to Wales, an initiative of street evangelism across Wales a few weeks previously, which saw 125 churches taking part, and 3,351 people make a commitment to Christ there and then on the… Read More

Hot Stuff!

At our June meeting Rev Nick Read brought a prophetic word concerning what the Bible says about climate change. He gave a brilliantly clear and concise explanation of what climate change actually is and how it’s caused, and then proceeded to detail how the Bible clearly shows that God’s covenants with Noah and Abraham etc were not just a… Read More

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