Missions

Our church is an autonomous fellowship that affiliates with a Baptist denomination called Converge.

Our mission is to serve Christians and churches as they discover and fulfill their God-given mission.

We, at Pole Line Road Baptist Church, regularly have members participating throughout the year in short term mission projects in the US and abroad. Occasionally one of our members is involved in a longer-term missions project, ranging from a whole summer to a couple of years.  In 2017, we had three go to Spokane, WA to work on Habitat for Humanity homes as well as other projects. In 2018, we had one go to South Asia to conduct a church leaders retreat, & a group from our church, and other local churches, went to a fishing village in Alaska to put on a children’s program as well as outreach projects to the community. In 2019, our pastor ministered in three different countries.

Every year we are involved in a week long ministry at the Davis Migrant Center.

We collect coins for different groups each month: January – Mission Trip Scholarships, February – Joy Disability Center, March – Campus Crusade for Christ International (CRU), April – Gideons, May – Jews for Jesus, June – Pacific Justice Institute, July – Grace in Action, August – Outreach Supplies, September – Bibles for the Blind, October – Military Bible Sticks, November – Christmas Benevolence, December – Baptist World Alliance.

We support 5 groups with a monthly check which equals a percentage of our general fund offerings for the month: Baptist World Alliance Disaster Relief Fund; Matt & Amy Abbott – Church Planters in Seaside, CA; Debbie Wohler – Resort Missionary in Tahoe City; Spero – Woodland Pregnancy Support Group; L & S B. – Foreign Missionaries – Hospitality Industry. We also financially support a different mission family each month serving both in the United States & around the world.

We keep in contact with many missionaries and love receiving updates and prayer requests.