Dalrymple Saint Valley Church, Ayrshire, originated as a Free Church congregation at the Disruption. For a time it was joined with Crosshill, but a separate charge was sanctioned in 1861. The congregation did not have its own church building until 1864; until then various arrangements were made, including open-air meetings. It transferred to the United Free Church at the union of 1900, and to the Church of Scotland in 1929. The charge, which in 1930 was known as Dalrymple Brunton, became Dalrymple Saint Valley and under that name united with Dalrymple Old in 1936. The church and manse were sold. As a Church of Scotland charge it was in the presbytery and synod of Ayr.