The third Church, which was moved to its current location on Fifth Avenue and 53rd Street, was designed by Richard Upjohn and Richard M. Upjohn, father and son. This Church was known for its 260 ft tower which left visitors in awe. This Church would not last, though, and in 1905, another fire hit the building and burned it down.
The fourth Church was completed in 1913, with its first congregation meeting for worship service on October 4, 1913. Avoiding the disasters that destroyed the previous buildings, this building still stands and serves as the present home of the St. Thomas Church. It was designed by Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson who modeled it in a French High Gothic style. The building consists of stone ornaments, arches incorporated into the triforium, and a massive reredos with statues surrounded by stonework.