The main ceiling of St. Thomas consists of 80 15ft x 5ft "panels" bracketed by beams. These were fauxed and then patterned with stars. The beams are patterned with a series of different styles of crosses with a unifying symbol of the trinity on each side of each exposed beam (3 sides each). The center beam features the repeating Alpha and Omega symbol along with the Fleur de Lis and, again the Trinity symbol. The ceiling is 38 ft at it's tallest. A lift was used to address the main body of the church and a scaffold was used in the choir loft . This project included a complete repaint of the interior of the church as well.