First recorded mention yet found relating to Rattray Parish Church
Record of agreement between Coupar Angus Abbey and the Church of Blairgowrie to pay for a stone of wax for the lighting of the church.
Blairgowrie Parish Church dedicated (later known as The Hill Church).
Last priest and first Protestant minister for Blairgowrie Parish Church.
Episcopal congregation leave Blairgowrie Parish Church and meet in various places.
Presbyterian congregation take over Blairgowrie Parish Church.
The Associate Congregation of Rattray (Antiburger) formed. Members left Parish Church
Littleton Church on Alyth Road opens for Associate Congregation or Rattray.
Blairgowrie Parish Church new building opens. Second church built on this site.
Episcopal congregation in Blairgowrie dissolves.
Associate congregation's new church opens close to Rattray Parish Church. Littleton 'ruined'. ( This means that some timbers and stones from old church were used for the new church.)
The Independent congregation formed in Blairgowrie.
The Independent Church opens in William Street, Blairgowrie.
Blairgowrie and Rattray Constitutional congregation is formed. (Not known where they met.)
Constitutional congregation link with Coupar Angus and Alyth and meet in Alyth.
Associate Congregation name change to United Associate Congregation of Rattray.
Rattray Parish Church new building opens. Third church built on this site.
Blairgowrie Parish Church new building opens. Third church built on this site.
The Associate Congregation of Blairgowrie (Burgher) congregation is formed.
Brown Street Chapel opens for the Associate Congregation of Blairgowrie.
United Associate congregation of Rattray move to new church built in Mount Ericht Lane. Their church in Old Rattray is demolished.
Roman Catholic congregation formed
Brown Street Chapel sold to Blairgowrie Parish Church for use as Chapel of Ease or Preaching Station.
Associate Congregation of Blairgowrie (Burgher) dissolved.
Blairgowrie and Rattray Constitutional congregation dissolved.
United Associate congregation name change to United Secession Church of New Rattray.
Blairgowrie's Episcopal congregation formed once more.
St Catherine's Episcopal Church opens in George Street, Blairgowrie.
First Free Church opens in James Street. (Members left the Blairgowrie Parish Church.
Brown Street Chapel members move back to the Blairgowrie Parish Church. (Chapel used by various groups.)
Rattray Free Church opens in Rattray High Street. (Members left Rattray Parish Church.)
United Secession Church of new Rattray name change to United Presbyterian Church of Rattray.
Young Men's Christian Association formed in Blairgowrie. Meet in Leslie Street
St Stephen's Roman Catholic Church opens in John Street, Blairgowrie.
South Free congregation formed. (Members left First Free Church, disagree on minister.)
South Free Church opens in Reform Street, Blairgowrie.
Baptist Church first meet in Town Hall in Brown Street on 28th July.
Plymouth Brethren first meet in Town Hall in Brown Street, then in other venues.
Brown Street Chapel used again by overspill congregation from Blairgowrie Parish Church.
Young Men's Christian Association move to Working men's Club in High Street. (They disolved circa late 1930s, early 1940s, probably due to the War.)
United Presbyterian Church of Rattray name change to United Presbyterian Church of Blairgowrie.
Rattray Mission School meets in old Parish School building, which is shared with the 'Banks of Ericht Lodge' of Good Templars, who hold the school in lease for meetings of their own.
Blairgowrie Mission Hall opens on Reform Street.
Brown Street Chapel renamed St Mary's Church.
Baptist Church dissolved but some members meet unofficially for about another ten years.
St Mary's Church opens in Reform Street. (Congregation moved from Brown Street)
Methodist congregation formed in Rattray. Meet in Mechanics Institute, High Street, Blairgowrie, till church opened.
Brown Street Chapel (St Mary's Church) sold. (Used as a furniture warehouse, Present day is The Royal British Legion Scotland.)
Riverside Methodist Church opens in Riverside Road.
Young Women's Christian Association formed, in connection with the First Free Church, and meet in James Street Hall.
New Mission Hall opens in Rattray High Street (opposite Yeaman Street) on the site of old Mission Hall which was previously the Parish School building, demolished in 1895).
Rattray Free Church name change to Rattray United Free Church.
United Presbyterian Church of Blairgowrie changes to Mount Ericht United Free Church of Blairgowrie.
St Stephen's Roman Catholic Church links with St Lunan's Roman Catholic Church in Alyth,
First Free Church becomes St Andrew's United Free Church and South Free becomes South United Free Church.
St Andrew's United Free Church new building opens. Most of old church turned into hall.
Union of South United Free Church and Mount Ericht United Free Church. They keep the South United Free Church name and worship in Reform Street building.
Memorial Stone unveiled at Littleton on Alyth Road, near Holy Mill Brae.
Mount Ericht building converted into halls, used mostly by Boys Brigade.
Rattray United Free Church opens new church in Balmoral Road. Old church demolished.
Mount Ericht building sold to The Brethren. (Later used by Social Services; now private flats.)
Rattray United Free Church name change to Rattray West Church; Rattray Parish Church name change to Rattray East Church.
Blairgowrie Parish Church, (now referred to as The Hill Church), St Mary's, St Andrew's United Free Church and The South United Free Church, all become Church of Scotland.
Young Women's Christian Association opens in William Street.
The Plymouth Brethren Church opens in William Street.
Rattray East Church and Rattray West Church unite as Rattray Parish Church. Both buildings are used for worship on alternate Sundays. Later a rota system is established.
Congregational Church closes (former Independent Church).
Congregational Church sold (Used for storage and selling second hand cars, later carwash, before being demolished.)
Rattray West Church buildings converted into Rattray Church Halls.
St Stephen's Roman Catholic Church links with St Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Coupar Angus.
Union of The South Church and St Mary's Church to become St Mary's-South Church. They worship in the South Church building in Reform Street.
Riverside Methodist Church ceases to have its own minister and becomes part of Dundee, Perth, Blairgowrie Circuit.
Blairgowrie Evangelical Church formed. Congregation worships in hall off Reform Street.
St Catherine's Episcopal Church links with St Ninian's Episcopal Church in Alyth.
Blairgowrie Mission Hall sold. (Opened as Reform Street Surgery in 1971. Present day used as offices.)
St Mary's Church of Scotland demolished. (Replaced by St Mary's Court houses.)
Jehovah's Witness acquire the former Rattray Parish Church Hall in Back Wynd.
The Hill Church of Scotland closes (former Blairgowrie Parish Church).
The Hill Church of Scotland is sold to Blairgowrie Players.
St Catharine's Episcopal Church links with St Anne's Episcopal Church in Coupar Angus.
The Church on the Way first meets in Methodist Church Hall, then other venues.
Mission Hall in Rattray High Street demolished.
Quakers meet in their homes.
Blairgowrie Evangelical Church move to former Hill Church hall in Kirk Wynd.
St Mary's-South Church links with Bendochy Church and St Fink Chapel.
Blairgowrie Christian Fellowship meet first in YWCA hall in Willian Street, then other venues.
Quakers stop meeting in Blairgowrie. Present day meet in Perth.
Salvation Army first meets in Reform Street.
Rattray Parish Church links with Kirkmichael, Straloch and Glenshee churches.
Church on the Way moves to Upper Allan Street.
Union of St Mary's-South Church and St Andrew's Church becomes Blairgowrie Parish Church, in James Street.
Former Congregational Church in William Street demolished. (Some stones used for the foundations of the ramp into the newly formed Blairgowrie Parish Church in James Street.)
St Mary's-South Church of Scotland sold.
Salvation Army moves to St Catharine's new centre in George Street.
The Haven Church congregation formed and meet in homes. Present day meet in Rattray Hall.
The Rector of Blairgowrie, Alyth and Coupar Angus Episcopal Churches has pastoral oversight of St Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church in Ballintuim.
Blairgowrie Christian Fellowship move to Lower Mill Street, Blairgowrie (former Red Cross building).
Salvation Army disbanded in Blairgowrie.
Blairgowrie Christian Fellowship purchase YWCA building in William Street for meetings.