New Canadian Skaters

Skate lending volunteers: L-R Art Roth, Georg Lukow, Jamie Bridge, Eric Davidson, Gordon Haggert, Guy Jolin Cr Eric Davidson

All Saints’ Church skate lending program.







Update: March 20, 2023 –

Skate and hockey helmet lending at All Saints’ Church has concluded for this season.  Please return them to the church so we can place them back in our inventory ready for next season.  You can return them on Saturday mornings in March from 10 am to noon at the south doors (Scott Hall entrance ) or, Monday to Thursday , 9am to noon at the church office (west facing doors).
We hope you had fun out on the ice and we look forward to seeing you again next season, December to February.

At this time, we are out of adult size 9, 10, 11, 12, 13  hockey skates due to early borrowing activity.  We ask the community to donate to us those sizes they are not using. We will be watching the thrift stores for them as well.  Donations can be brought to the church office Monday to Thursday 9 am to noon or to the skate room Saturday mornings, 10am to noon

Three people in the skate lending room at All Saints'. Two women are from ''Thaqalayn Muslim Association"

Art Roth lends 50 skates to two guests from ‘Thaqalayn Muslim Association







Group of students from St Anne's Elementary School on our skates

grade 8 students form St. Anne elementary school at Lanspeary Park rink







Now that the Charles Clark Square ice rink has been decommissioned people are looking for free public ice skating time. You can learn of these times by calling 311 Monday to Friday or looking for the Recreation and Culture website.  On Tuesdays All Saints’ is sponsoring 2 hours of free ice time from 5 to 7 pm. at Lanspeary outdoor ice rink.

1. Skates are available to groups which have a skating date at any of the arenas, both city and private. Leaders only to pick up skates.  Call All Saints’ Church at 519 253 8001 to make your request.
2.  Skates for individuals will be available on Saturday mornings between 10 am and noon at the church when public skating is offered again by the Parks and Recreation Department.

Masking is welcome but not required.

FREE SMALL SKATES. We have a surplus of small hockey and figure skates to give away while supplies last. These will be available when public skating resumes on Saturday mornings. We have children’s sizes 10, 11 , 12 and 13, plus youth sizes 1,2,3,4.

WANTED. Donations of hockey skates sizes 5 and up.  Please bring them to the church skate room on Saturday mornings when it reopens or the church office 9am to noon, Monday to Thursday.   (330 City Hall Square West, Windsor)
We are grateful for the gift of time from our community partners, the generous donations of money to fund our program, and skate sharpening by local skate shops.

Planning a special skating event but need more skates for your group? We can help! Call the church office at 519 253 8001 (9 to noon, Mon to Fri) and leave a message for the skate-lending crew.