What is GGYA?

Greater Grace Youth Athletics (GGYA) is a Saturday program designed to provide Greater Grace Church parents and children a healthy and Christian environment in which to build relationships and enjoy youth athletics.

Besides promoting a healthy and strong physical body, team athletics teaches how to be a team player, overcome difficulties, and support and encourage one another.

GGYA is affordable ($50 for the first child; $45 for each additional child in family) and only requires a commitment of one day per week. All games and practices happen on Saturdays.

Volunteer Coaches

Our coaches are volunteers, either parents or college students, who really care about the children and teach the skills and rules of the games along with Christian sportsmanship. While the program is provided primarily for Greater Grace church-goers, it is open to friends, neighbors, family members and GGCA students as well. The soccer and baseball/T-ball leagues are operated in partnership with the Rock City Church under the banner of Christian Youth Athletics (CYA).

 Quick Links

View Season Schedule
Registration Form
 Coach Volunteer Form

 Contact Us

Patrick Lynch
Phone: (410) 485-0700 ext. 241
Email: plynch@ggwo.org


GGYA Basketball is an instructional co-ed basketball league

Boys & girls grades 1-6.

$50 registration fee (see registration link).

One day a week commitment (Saturdays only mid-morning to mid-afternoon)

Season begins early January and runs through early March (see schedule for exact dates and times).

Greater Grace Church gymnasium (6089 Moravia Park Drive).



in collaboration with Christian Youth Athletics.

Saturday 9/12 from 12:30-1:45 – only week at Herring run Park (corner of Chesterfield/Harford Road).
9/19 – 10/31 – Belmont Park 12:30-1:45
NO GAMES on 9/26 (fields not available)
Grades: Kindergarten through 7th grade.

$50 first child; each additional child in family $45.

Online registration only.

For your convenience or in case of inclement weather:

Check the schedule online at ggwo.org/ggya

Uniform: Uniform shirts will be issued and must be worn for each game.

Players must wear shin guards. Soccer cleats are also recommended.

Purpose: To provide a healthy activity for young people and train them in Christian principles as they participate in organized sports. Proverbs 22:6: “Train a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

If you have questions or are interested in volunteering as a coach, please email Patrick Lynch (plynch@ggwo.org).

kid playing soccer

Volunteering as Coaches

Any parents interested need to fill out volunteer form and email Patrick Lynch at plynch@ggwo.org

man coaching team

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