One of my favourite places in St. Thomas is the old St. Thomas Church. at 55 Walnut Street. The church is beautiful and warm and loved. The graveyard and church are full of history to discover.
Built between 1822 and 1824, the St. Thomas Anglican Church is one of the oldest structures in St. Thomas, Ontario. The tower was added in 1825. It was built on land donated by early settler, Daniel Rapelje. The Church was continuously used until 1877 and was made a designated heritage property in 1982. In 1986 the church was completely restored and renovated.
I found a lovely walking tour online that you might enjoy while you are visiting the old church.