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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The Big London Sing

The Big London Sing (5th-7th July) is a chance for you to come and see how much fun it is to be a member of the British Methodist Youth Choir. We’ll be meeting up on the Friday evening from 7.30 and 8.30pm to kick off a fun weekend of singing and exploring London.

On Saturday we will be doing some singing – some of our standard repertoire and some new pieces too, and in the afternoon we’ll be having an explore of London – hopefully there will be time to do some sightseeing– Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, and maybe even to see if the Queen is at home at Buckingham Palace. We’ll also be having a little practice at Westminster Central Hall (the big Methodist church right opposite Westminster Abbey), because on Sunday morning we will be helping to lead worship at the Methodist Conference Sunday Morning service.

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Big London Sing Poster Available

The poster for the BMYC Big London Sing taster weekend is now available for downloading. 

Please share, email and print off this poster to get the message out to as many people as possible. 

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BMYC Member chatting on BBC Radio Cumbria

Hannah Tweedie will be having a chat with Richard Corrie on BBC Radio Cumbria on Sunday morning (10 March, about 8.45am) about our new CD - 'As You Go'.

Tune in if you're in Cumbria, or listen online http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiocumbria

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O God, make the door of this house wide enough for all who need human love.

- Thomas Ken, 1637-1711

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