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. 

BMYC On Social Media

If you weren't already aware the British Methodist Youth Choir can also be found on a number of social media sites.

  • The choir has been on Facebook the longest >>> https://www.facebook.com/TheBMYC/ and you can find a lot of posts about the choir as well as concert details here.  If you are on Facebook please like us and share as many posts as you can to increase our presence on Facebook.
  • The choir has been on twitter for quite a few years now as well >>> https://twitter.com/BMYC/ if you use twitter please follow us and we will follow you back.  If you like a tweet please re-tweet it to your follows so we can share BMYC news as widely as possible.
  • Its been a bit quiet of late, but the BMYCs YouTube channel >>> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6KUuA9X0omTn0201H4glwQ contains a number of films of the BMYC performing, including an excellent rendition of Ashley Thompson's "We light a candle to your name" sung by BMYC alumni at the 30th Anniversary concert in York.  If you subscribe to our channel you will find out about new films as soon as they are posted.
  • Finally the site we have most recently joined is Instagram, you can find us at >>>https://www.instagram.com/thebmyc/.  The BMYC has only just joined so if you use Instagram please follow us and we will follow you back to help us build our network.  To start us off there are a number of photographs from the last few years posted and more will follow shortly.

You can always find links to our social media sites in the bottom right of every page on this website, have fun.


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- Thomas Ken, 1637-1711

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