1988 Inside Churches by Patricia Dirsztay first published, replacing Church Furnishings published in 1978.
1990 The Recorders were honoured with a National Art-Collections Fund Award for their work. At this time they had recorded 400 churches.
1994 First Scottish Church Recorders groups start in the Borders and Stirlingshire
1995 Recognition of the importance of the work of Church Reorders by the RCHME (now English Heritage)
1997 Church Recorders' silver jubilee celebrations culminated with a day at Manchester Cathedral where they were honoured to receive
2001 Achieved the major landmark of the completion of the 1000th Record. This accomplishment was celebrated at St Bartholomew the Great, in the presence of the Bishop of London, who endorsed the valuable and unique work that NADFAS Church Recorders, (all volunteers) have been doing tirelessly for the last 30 years
2002 30th anniversary celebrated with 3 cathedral study days at Chichester, Norwich and Chester.
2012 Over 1650 Records completed and the Church Records on line Index launched at the national NADFAS AGM in May.
2013 40th anniversary of all NADFAS volunteering activities including Church Recording celebrated at a Festival of Volunteering at Kensington Town Hall in November which was attended by NADFAS patron, HRH the Duchess of Gloucester. Over 1700 Records completed