1988 Kilrenny Parish Church linked with Cellardyle Parish Church following the retirement of Rev Hamish McNab, who served as minister 1948 - 1987

2008: The linked charge of Kilrenny and Cellardyke, linked with Anstruther Parish Church to form a triple linkage.

2009: Rev Arthur Christie was inducted as minister of the triple linkage of Kilrenny, Anstruther, and Cellardyke.

        : Following a vote in all three churches, Anstruther and Cellardyke voted to unite as St Ayle@Anstruther/Cellardyke.  Kilrenny voted for the status quo and remained a linked charge, linked to St Ayle.

2018: Rev Arthur Christie retired at the end of January 2018. 

2018: After deliberation, the Strategy and Resourcing committee of St Andrews Presbytery decided that the best way to meet the target of 1.5 ministers for the charges of Kingsbarns linked with Crail, and Kilrenny linked with St Ayle, was to break the linkages between Kilrenny and St Ayle; Crail and Kingsbarns, and create a linkage between Crail and St Ayle, leaving Kingsbarns and Kilrenny to go into Guardianship under St Andrews Presbytery.

2019: Agreement with all parties on this arrangement having been reached; as of 1st January 2019, Kilrenny is under the Guardianship of St Andrews Presbytery.