General register containing baptisms 1727-1881, confirmations 1856-1882, catechumens 1832-1881 marriages 1804-1885 and burials 1813-1881, numbers of communicants 1828-1881, with figures recording the state of the congregation 1862-1864; routine correspondence regarding enquiries about baptisms etc. 1922-1934. Book on history of church, 2019
Minutes of vestry meetings discussing the new constitution, burials, church activities such as a ceilidh, a christmas fair and a barbeque, matters concerning church fabric such as the installation of CCTV and microphone, as well as donations to various charities
(1-6) Various papers such as financial records, minutes of meetings, vestry reports, correspondence, a copy of the constitution and newsletters, as well as papers concerning church fabric, a visit to Swaziland and other events, plus declarations by Vestry Members
Lists the communicants in the parish of Tealing on 13 July 1725 broken down by village or farmhouse: Kirktown, Tealing, Finlarg, Todhills, Newbigging, Balgray Easter, Balgray Wester, Balnuth, Balkalk, Prieston, Balkemback, Balutheran. Also lists elders and deacons and narrates the church's activities until 1727
Sermons, prayers, orders of service, etc. c.1854-1900; constitution and statutes 1851-c.1901; calendars 1865-1878; presentations, collations, ordinations, etc., mainly diocese of Argyll and The Isles 1826-1926; correspondence including letters from George Frederick Boyle, 1832-1929.
Br MS 2/1 Miscellaneous manuscripts and printed papers 1592- c1990s Br MS 2/2 Miscellaneous manuscript volumes, commonplace books and scrapbooks 15th Century - 1874 Br MS 2/3 Miscellaneous sermons c.1730-1836 Br MS 2/4 Sermons of Thomas J. Holland, Rector of Laurencekirk 1913-1948 Br MS 2/5 Tracts, prayers, treatises and lectures c.1709-c.1939
Minutes of annual meetings of the congregation and vestry concerning financial matters, social activities such as coffee mornings, church fabric, the election of office bearers and the church magazine, including treasurer's reports and vestry reports
(1-5) Correspondence concerning events such as weddings and other celebrations as well as a trip to Swaziland, vestry and congregation meetings, church members, church fabric such as refurbishments, new chairs, a digital piano and CCTV cameras, financial matters, various charities and worship groups; as well as articles and information sent to Holy Trinity concerning charity investments and trustees, Fire Safety Law, Protection of Children Act and Disability Discrimination Act, replies to invitation to a Centenary Eucharist