Welcome to Bayside Davis
We are a church family in the city of Davis, home of UC Davis, with a mission to know and follow Jesus, and disciple all generations of Jesus followers. Sundays are the primary way that we meet as a church to worship together, learn the Bible, build relationships, and grow as followers of Jesus. We would love for you to join us!
We gather in-person each Sunday at 10am at Veterans Memorial Center. A livestream of the service is available at 10am on IG live (@baysidedavis) for those joining us from home.
Whether you’re checking out Bayside Davis for the first time, you’re new to church all together, or you’re just looking for a community, we’re glad you’re here. Come early, grab some coffee and say hello!
Bayside Davis Kids meet every Sunday. We currently have classes for 2yrs-K and 1st-5th grade. We have fun, make art, sing songs and teach kids about Jesus. We would love for your kids to join us!
Youth 6th-8th grade gather during our 10am service to learn from the Scriptures, and spend time together. Come hang out with us and join the fam.
Location and Directions
Bayside Church's Davis campus is located at 203 E 14th St, Davis, CA. Services are hosted at Veterans Memorial Center.
Our parking lot is off of E 14th street at Veterans Memorial Center. Please park on the east side closest to VMC and follow the signs for Bayside Davis!
Communities exist to share our lives, and grow together as followers of Jesus. They are one of the primary ways to connect in encouragement, show love to our neighbors, and build relationships at Bayside Davis. Join us.
Bayside Davis College is a group of young adults who gather to have fun, build community, and learn more about following Jesus. Outside of our Sunday gatherings, we have a weekly community each Sunday night and a monthly social. If you're new or looking for a place to belong, we'd love to meet you!
We believe that it is vital to grow deep roots in theology and healthy spirituality as we follow Jesus in a post-Christian culture. Learn classes and seminars are created to develop us both spiritually and theologically and take place every six-weeks. You can find out more about our upcoming classes here.