A Mission in Song

Methodist LogoSacred or Secular, BMYC sings the words with feeling and passion. Concerts are often joyful or moving.

Who are we?

Sample icon 2 The choir is made up of 16 to 27 year
old Christians, but not exclusively Methodists.

What do we do?

Sample icon 3BMYC travels around the UK visiting Methodist Churches performing concerts and contributing to services. 

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BMYC Rehearsal in full swing at Tewkesbury

BMYC practicing 'I got rhythm'

The BMYC all arrived safely on Friday night with a few members enjoying the joys of British Rail at 10pm but were safely delivered to their hosts.

Arriving at 9am rehearsal has started well with the choir sounding very good. The photo shows the choir starting to practice " I got rhythm" with one choir member commenting that "It doesn't go how you think it should!"

The choir will be performing at Tewkesbury Methodist Church at 7:30pm this evening (23rd May 2009) with the programme below. You will also be able to buy a CD with out having to pay any postage and packaging for only £10.

 

Concert Programme

1st Half

Crown Him with many crowns - G Elvey
Call to remembrance - R Farrant
If ye love me - T Tallis

HYMN 788 Behold the servant

Never weather-beaten sail - T Campian
I have ere this time - T Whythorne

Organ solo - Philip Britcher

O love divine - A Thompson
What a friend we have in Jesus - A Thompson

from Feel The Spirit J Rutter
Steal away
When the saints go marching in

I N T E R V A L

2nd Half

Morning has broken - E Lodjeski

'S wonderful - G Gershwin
I got rhythm - G Gershwin

The door - H Cottrell
Upon the rose - H Cottrell

Hymn 408 The right hand of God

from Gospel Mass - R Ray
IV Acclamation
III Credo

It's your time - H Cottrell

I'll praise my maker - A Thompson

Clare Benediction - J Rutter

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