The Congregation at St Thomas has a long standing history in the Town of New Windsor. Today’s Parish dates back to its incorporation in 1818, and the Congregation itself goes back to 1731 with the first Episcopal minister appointed to New Windsor.

Our current Church building, which was registered on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006, is a 1848 gothic inspired stone building. When you enter through its red door you take a step back in time and are surrounded by many beautiful works of art, such as, a 1914 mural of “Christ’s Ascension”, and an original Tiffany glass window of Calvary. The church also contains an original and unique 1888 Roosevelt Organ