Lancaster Mennonite Youth Athletics
Offering Competitive and Recreational Athletic Opportunities for Students in a Christian Context
Lancaster Mennonite Youth Athletics (LMYA) – a program of Lancaster Mennonite School – serves congregations, children and families by providing athletic activities within the Christian community, keeping Christ and the Church at the center of life. The LMYA enhances congregational youth ministries by allowing youth to play together in an environment that strengthens Christian character.
Registration is now closed for girls soccer, baseball and softball.
LMYA is a Place to
Teamwork, positive attitudes, fair play and mutual respect are more important than winning or being better than others.
The purpose of the program is to teach fundamental skills while having fun in a low-pressure atmosphere.
Committed to Providing
All practices and games will be at the unified Lancaster campus (2176 Lincoln Hwy E), which includes a new turf field, grass fields, baseball and softball fields, and two gyms.
LMYA will offer competitive and recreational leagues. A team shirt is provided with with registration fee. There is also a multiple children discount.
Practice and Game Schedule
Practices and games will be played at the Lancaster Campus, which offers LMYA athletes the opportunity to use first-class high school facilities, including a new turf field.
You will be assigned to a team by the program director. Special requests will be considered.
Practice will be one afternoon or evening per week. Most games will be played Saturday morning.
Staying Informed During the Season
If you have any questions, please contact the program coordinators. Once you are registered, you will get email messages with pertinent information. Announcements will also be posted on the LMYA website.
- To teach fundamental skills
- To have all children enjoy practice and games
- To develop Christian character
- To develop good sportsmanship
The focus is not necessarily on winning, but on learning the game, team unity, and good sportsmanship.
Parent Code of Conduct
It is important for parents of a girl/boy in the Lancaster Mennonite Youth Athletics Organization to remember that the philosophy/purpose of the program is to teach fundamental skills. We want each child to enjoy the time they spend in practice and at games. The focus of your child’s involvement should not be winning or losing, but rather learning, enjoying the game, and developing relationships with others.
Assistant Athletic Director & LMYA Director