St. Thomas Church in Damshagen is a brick Gothic village church in Klützer Winkel.
Damshagen church is a brick building from the 14th century. St. Thomas Church belongs to the old churches from the time of the German mission and settlement of the Klützer Winkel. The brick building was built in three sections at the beginning of the 14th century. The entire outer walls of the nave were built in Wendish bond. The single-nave church building with the externally braced chancel with 5/8 closure was remodeled several times, both inside and outside. On the outside, the Gothic windows were modernized. The original zigzag frieze on the nave is preserved in parts. Chapels were added to the north side of the nave. One serves as a burial chapel, the other, originally the stairway to the patronage pews, is now used as a mortuary.