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. 

Merry Christmas for the British Methodist Youth Choir (BMYC)

Merry Christmas from the British Methodist Youth Choir

Another busy year is planned for the choir, with concerts in Aberystwyth, Tewkesbury, Salford and Banbury as well as a planned tour of Cornwall, our first planned tour since 2001.

Further details of all the concerts and the tour will appear on this web site as they become available so make sure you bookmark this site (Ctrl-D) or subscribe to our news feed. (see bottom right of this page)

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Logo for the initial work done by the Methodist Church Musical Sociaty to create a new creative arts organisation within the British Methodist Church

Help EXPAND the Future of Creative Arts in British Methodism

The Methodist Church Music Society (MCMS) of Great Britain is in the progress of forming a new organisation (EXPAND) to provide support for all forms of creative arts used in worship.

The British Methodist Youth Choir has been supported by MCMS for a number of years (in fact it was from a communication with MCMS in the early 1980s the led to the formation of this choir.)

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Grove Methodist Church in Horsforth, Leeds

British Methodist Youth Choir end 2008 on a high note.

The British Methodist Youth Choir (BMYC) gave their final concert of the 2008 season on the 18th October at Grove Methodist Church in Horsforth, Leeds. The choir which celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary last year, is made up of twenty singers aged from sixteen to twenty-seven from all over the UK. Last weekend they travelled from places as far apart as Glasgow and Cambridge, although one member did just pop round the corner from Leeds. The choir travelled to Grove Church on Friday night after their various school lessons, university lectures and real world jobs had finished for the week. They then spent Saturday morning rehearsing before a trip out to the beautiful Yorkshire countryside in the afternoon returning in time for tea and another rehearsal before performing an evening concert to a packed church.

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