"Wednesfield Church, St Thomas, is a neat structure, erected about 1760. The vicarage is in the patronage of the Bishop and certain trustees, and incumbency of the Rev William Stephens.
A new church, to be dedicated to Holy Trinity, is now building in a populous part of the township, distant about one mile from St Thomas.
The Wesleyan have a small chapel in the village, built in 1827, and one on the Heath, built in 1842. The Primitive Methodists also have a small chapel on the Heath."
[From History, Gazetteer and Directory of Staffordshire, William White, Sheffield, 1851]
St Thomas church was completely burnt down on 18th January, 1902, leaving only the walls of the nave and tower. It was rebuilt, in a similar style but with a larger chancel. The building is of brick, in the Classic style, consisting of apsidal chancel, nave, west porch, organ chamber, vestries, and a western tower.
A view of St Thomas Church (1).
A view of St Thomas Church (2).
A view of St Thomas Church (3).