The present Parish Church on Victoria Road opened in 1907. At this time the village of Brora was growing and the existing church at Clynekirkton was some distance away.
The church at Clynekirkton was built c1775 and greatly enlarged in 1827. It is believed that it was built on the site of a much older church, possibly dedicated to St Aloyne. It was finally abandoned in 1922. The north wing was removed but all other walls are still standing. There is a bell tower (1 of only 4 in the country) on a small knoll behind the church. Evidence supporting the existance of an earlier church include the finding of stones with pictish symbols on the site in 19th century. These are now in the Dunrobin Castle museum. There is a graveyard surounding the church.
In earlier times a much higher percentage of the parish population lived in the townships in Strath Brora and there is some evidence of several churches in the strath, though no physical proof remains. Suggested sites include Kilpheder Mor, Killin and Ascoile. There is a small graveyard at Ascoile and the church may have been close by.
Clyne Free Church on Gower Street was formed in 1843 under the ministry of the Rev George McKay. This was a wooden building. The present stone church was built in 1849.
St Columba Scottish Episcopal Church on Victoria Road was built in 1909 to cater for the increasing number of visitors to the local sporting estates. This church was constructed of timber and corrugated iron sheeting. This was intended as a temporary structure but is still standing and in use.
Christ the King Catholic Church on Gower Street was opened in 1957.