|770 Pole Line Road|
|(across from Quick Shop Market)|
Each week a new saying inspired from the Bible is posted on the sign in front of the church on the corner of E. 8th Street and Pole Line Road. Examples: "Who's your daddy?" "Are we to clone ourselves?" "Life's not fair. Now what?"
The church sponsors Parent's Night Out, a fun evening of games, crafts, Bible stories, movies & refreshments for children while parents spend some time on their own. All children, infants through 6th grade may attend. A $2.50 donation per child is suggested to help cover costs but is not required. All workers have been approved through an extensive background check and interview process. You may bring your child anytime after 5:45 p.m. and they have to be picked up no later than 10:00 p.m. Please call 753-4315 if you have any questions. In 2016, the dates are: Feb. 12, June 3, July 22, Aug. 26, & Dec. 2.
The church features a diverse congregation and is frequented by many families local to Davis. It participates in worldwide missions and community events, including a community yard sale in September where our neighbors can come and sell their goods. The church does not charge for the spaces to sell items. We're just giving those who may not have room to hold a yard sale a place to do it.
The Senior Pastor at Pole Line Road Baptist Church, Exter Hardy, has been the pastor since March 1991. Exter grew up in the south and took sign language as his foreign language. He also served as a missionary to the deaf. With two deaf sons, Exter is fluent in sign language and thus preaches simultaneously in English and sign language. Exter received his Master of Divinity and Doctorate of Ministry from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. He also has a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from California State University, Sacramento. Exter lives in Davis & has three sons - Otavio, Chase (Shaunah & Hannah), and Joseph & one daughter, Lauren (Adam). Exter is a licensed Foster Care home with Yolo County and an AYSO soccer coach. He recently finished his first book "Does Ministry Have to Hurt so Much?"