Welcome to Bible Baptist Church
Farmington, MN

Our purpose is to worship God in a way that honors Him and enables us to learn of His Holy truth and boundless love. We are a friendly, joyful church that is committed to preaching and teaching the Word of God.

Our goal is to communicate the good news that Jesus Christ took the punishment for our sins though His death on the cross and is coming again soon.

Please join us as we worship our Creator and learn about the gift of salvation through our Savior Jesus Christ. It is our desire that your visit be spiritually refreshing and life changing.

Mission Statement

Bible Baptist Church is a family of believers that desires to reach the lost with the Gospel of Jesus Christ while ministering to the needs of people in every season of life.


UPCOMING EVENTS AT BBC:

Nov 2
Daylight Savings
Nov 13
Metro Women's Center dinner
Nov 16
Operation Christmas Child due
Nov 18
Blood Drive
Nov 26
Fee My Starving Children
Nov 30
Christmas Decorations


Pastor Thomas Yauch

It is our sorrow to inform you that Pastor Thomas Yauch passed away Monday afternoon after a long fight with cancer. Surrounded by his family, he passed into glory as they sang to him and prayed over him.

In order to accommodate the many people he has touched over his life, the memorial service will held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 at Boeckman Middle School,  800 Denmark Ave., Farmington, MN. 

As an expression of sympathy, the family has asked that memorial contributions be designated to the Metro Women's Center, MN Adult and Teen Challenge, or Feed My Starving Children.




Pastor Thomas Yauch announced June 29th at the close of the service that he has decided to retire due to his health. He has served as Bible Baptist Church's senior pastor for 14 years. "It's not an easy decision for me," he said. "I have a lot of medical situations that lie before me." He added that he will continue to attend and minister. "I am not going away," he said. "Pastors don't retire, they retread." The congregation responded with a standing ovation, tears and a prayer by the deacons. He finished by saying, "I am honored and blessed to have been your pastor."