St Thomas is an attractive Grade I listed Georgian Church situated in the town centre of Stourbridge. It is affectionately known as "St Thomas' opposite Waitrose". A Georgian building built between 1728 and 1736 by public subscription it is the only Grade I listed building in Stourbridge. It has a fine barrel-vaulted ceiling incorporating a "Holy Ghost" plaque which is the main reason for the listing. The church has a nave of four bays with Tuscan columns on high pedestals and a Western baptistery under the tower. The building was changed and added to by the Victorians.