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Join us for worship at 11:00am Sunday mornings!

Our church is equipped with accessible parking, entrances, an elevator, and chair lift.

Contact: Pastor Deborah Rhodes

187 W. Fulton Street
Farmington, IL 61531

(309) 245-4310

Opening Hours
Sun: 10am-11:30am
Mon: 9:30am-12pm, 1pm-5pm
Tues: 9:30am-12pm, 1pm-5pm
Wed: 9:30am-12pm, 1pm-5pm
Thurs: 9:30am-12pm, 1pm-5pm
Fri: Closed
Sat: Closed

Contact: Pastor Andy Sonneborn

83 N Cone Street
Farmington, IL 61531

(309) 245-2914

We as an Assembly of God church exist to bring HOPE into the darkness through the LOVE of Jesus Christ. We will accomplish this by a focus on prayer and training in the Word of God as we seek the Holy Spirit to empower us to bring FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE into the darkness of our fellow man.

Sunday Worship: 10am

Contact: Pastor Tom Wright

1102 N. IL. Rt.78
Farmington, IL 61531

(309) 231-8076

Our church is a small, conservative, non-denominational church that uses the Bible as the text for the lessons and sermons. We teach through books of the Bible verse-by-verse and also do topical studies as needed.

Sunday Worship: 10:30 AM

Contact: Pastor Severine

497 N Elmwood Rd.

Farmington, IL 61531


At First Baptist Farmington you will discover a warm group of real people dedicated to following our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Founded in 1882, First Baptist Farmington has a long legacy of devoted Christ-like servant leaders and members leading up to today

Sunday Worship: 8am, 10am and 6pm

135 N West St.

Farmington, IL 61531

More information coming soon.

The thing I love most about living in Farmington is the community support we receive. Every football game has the stands full; every basketball game has the bleachers full; every parade is lined with kids and families; and every event we have in town is supported by the people that live here.


After I moved here as a young girl, I remained in Farmington because I found all the things that were important to me. My family grew to four generations. They were raised and educated here, I served my church and community here and made many friends. As different needs arrived, the community and its people have always been here to help, support, and encourage.


Farmington has always been my home, but the essence of what Farmington is can best be seen in the way the community takes care of one another. My son had lived in Chicago since he was 18. At the age of 32, he was diagnosed with MS and had to move back to our hometown that as a young man he had been so set on escaping. Since his return, the community has rallied around Brad, taking him to appointments and helping him with heavy lifting, being there when I could not, and just being supportive of a young man with a disability. The food bank has dropped groceries by for him and everyone has made sure he has everything he needs to remain healthy. This is a community that cares for its fellowman and that instills hope in all of us who have been jaded by city life. Knowing that there are helping hands ready to assist in a time of need makes Farmington a community that lives by the Golden Rule, “Do unto others as you would have done unto you.”

I chose to move to Farmington because of the safe environment in which to raise my family. I love the sense of family and community that this town has. We have wonderful restaurants, a beautiful and safe downtown for shopping, and many wonderful churches in our city. I love the family-friendly activities throughout the year and am so thankful that we chose Farmington.

I chose Farmington because it is a lovely community full of caring people!