The Temple of Vufflens-le-Château was built in 1864 on the site of the former church, which could not be restored. The only remnant of the old church is one of the two bells dating from the 15th century. In those days, before the Protestant reformation, most of the inhabitants of the Pays de Vaud belonged to the Catholic faith. The bell's age and an inscription – Sanctre Petre, ora pro nobis (Saint Peter, pray for us) – lend it a unique character. An enlarged reproduction of the engraving can be viewed at the rear of the Temple.