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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Photo of Wesley Memorial Church, Oxford

First concert of 2011, Wesley Memorial Church

The first concert of the year by the British Methodist Youth Choir will be held at Wesley Memorial Church in Oxford.

The concert will start at 7:30pm and include a host of spiritual and secular items

If you would like to book tickets in advance then please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or ring 01865 243216

Prices are £7.50 adults, £5 concessions, £3 children

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Hertford Methodist Church from the Road, final venue of the last BMYC concert of 2010 (c) Hertford Methodist Church

BMYC perform at Hertford Methodist Church on the 6th

For the final British Methodist Youth Choir concert of 2010 we will be visiting the choir secretary's home church, Hertford Methodist Church.

If you would like to come, the concert will be starting at 7:30pm and tickets will be available on the door for £10 with part of the ticket price going to the church and part going to the choir.

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More Photographs of the BMYC at Hinde Street Methodist Church as part of the BBC recording

More Hinde Street Photos

There are more photographs of the British Methodist Youth Choir at Hinde Street Methodist Church in May when they performed on Sunday Morning Worship. 

These have been kindly provided by Oke Ogali (http://www.kchuk.co.uk/photography/) and can be viewed by following this link

 

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