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. 

Photos from the BMYC July 2010 concert in Trinity Methodist Church

Photos from the BMYC July 2010 concert in Trinity Methodist Church

The latest photographs from the British Methodist Youth Choir's concert at Trinity Methodist Church, Barton-Upon-Humber on the 3rd July are now available: On this Website or On Facebook

Issue 4 of the Friends of BMYC Newsletter Available

Issue 4 of the Friends of BMYC Newsletter Available

The latest issue of the "Friends of BMYC" Newsletter published in the ArtServe/MCMS magazine Notes is now available. and can be downloaded below.

Notes Issue 4 - July 2010 (1.08M)

If you are interested in receiving the full copy of notes then please go to the ArtServe Website and register there. You could also Become a Friend of BMYC and receive your own copy

 

Photograph of Trinity Methodist Church were the BMYC will be performing on the 3rd July at 7:30pm

Only two more days to go until concert in Barton-upon-Humber

This is just a final reminder that on this coming Saturday (3rd July) the BMYC will be performing at 7:30pm at Trinity Methodist Church

If you would like to book tickets in advance then please ring Peter Greenfield on 01652 636008 but I am assured there will also be tickets available on the door.

The choir will be performing works by John Rutter, Heidi Cottrell, Ashley Thompson and many more, there will also be two solos to increase the variety

We will be selling our CD "A New Dawn" for only £10 so if you would like a copy please bring cash or cheques (The BMYC hasn't moved into the 21st century with cards!)

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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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