Clubs & Organizations

Churchbridge is home to a number of service clubs and organizations for every age.



Churchbridge Evergreen Club - Senior Citizen's Club


Contact Contact Number  

Aquatic Centre


896-2240 or


Art Club

Geraldine Melnyk 896-2349  

Arena Board

Clint Swanson 896-2251


Lynnae Bourgette 896-2907  

Cemetery Committee

Gloria Wirth 896-2901 For more information on Cemeteries in the area check out Heritage Cemeteries

Churchbridge in Bloom

Joe Depape 896-2559  

Curling Club

Craig Kaeding 896-2688  

Dance Studio- Leaps & Bounds

  896-2300 Creative Movement Classes for Pre-School Age Children
Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Hip-Hop for 6 years and older
Adult Fitness for the Young at Heart
Check out DanceSask

Economic Development

Warren Kaeding 896-7799  

Evergreen Club

Cedric VanDrecht 896-2295 The Senior Citizen's Club, referred to as the Evergreen Club, is very active within the community of Churchbridge. The club hosts weekly "Get-Togethers" for card games, birthday parties, dances, shuffleboard, and potluck suppers. The seniors participate in "Community Living" by collecting clothing and furniture to donate to less fortunate handicapped individuals in Regina. Also, monthly health clinics are held at the centre for seniors with limited mobility.
Churchbridge Players

Mark Hintz

Dorothy Johnson



For information check out Drama

Family & Friends Community Foundation Inc

Rob Gosselin

Jeff Dul



Family & Friends Community Foundation

Fire Department

Kevin Eskra 896-2313 Churchbridge Fire Department

Fitness Centre

Debbie Basken 896-2536 Churchbridge & District Fitness Centre

Golf Club- Antler Acres

Debbie Dedels 896-2806  

Gun Club

Dale Shackelton 896-2517  

Historical Society

Mary Yanke

Brenda Debnam




Karate Club

Dan Laxdal 896-2421  


Barbara Johnson 896-2789 The Lioness Club Program evolved from the work of the women supporting their local Lion's Club.


Julian Kaminski 896-2549 For more than 20 years the Churchbridge Lion's club has been an important part of community spirit and growth. The Lion's club is often one of the first groups to lend a helping hand, as their motto is "We Serve". The club is a member of the Lion's Clubs International, and is open to all men and women. Meetings are held twice a month.

Minor Sports

Bryce Pasloski 399-7127 Major Hockey League

Old Timer Rec Hockey

Jared Melnyk 896-2970  

Photo Archive Club

Dave Wondrasek 896-2486  

Public Library


Recreation Board

Garnet Putland 896-2925  

Shooting Star Preschool

Tania Polvi 399-7025  

Sports Ground


Veterans Honour Wall

Dave Wondrasek

Joe Depape




Yellowhead Flyway Birding Trail Association

    Yellowhead Flying Birding Trail