Saint Thomas Church is located on Hospital Road G-7-2, Islamabad and was designed in conjunction with local practice. St Thomas’ Church attempts to define an appropriate architectural language for a church. It draws inspiration from the Mughal brickwork tradition.
A large Hall sits under the church itself, accessed from the rear of this steeply sloping site, and a two storey house sits to the side dividing the site into two external spaces. It is a part of the Anglican Communion and is loosely affiliated with the Anglican Diocese of Manchester. A warm red coloured brick structure of indeterminable age dates back to the 1980s. It looks slightly out of place given the monolithic concrete buildings nearby, most of which appear to suffer from a lack of care.