Titus Salt was a member of the Non-Conformist Congregational Church. This beautiful church (formerly Saltaire Congregational Church but now called Saltaire United Reformed Church) was built to resemble a classical temple, like those found in Ancient Rome. Work began in 1856 and the building was completed in 1859.
Sir Titus' wife, Caroline, laid the first stone for the church and buried a time capsule underneath it. It contained a coin, and a copy of a newspaper with the signatures of Titus's friends. The ceremony was a washout, it poured with rain, but Titus said of the day:
'we all wish that future generations will discover this treasure and think of us.'
The mausoleum built onto one side of the church is the final resting place of Sir Titus Salt, his wife Caroline and several of his children.
On the anniversary of Titus Salt's 150th birthday, the present owner of the mill, Maggie Silver, donated a brand new ring of bells to the church. The original set of bells had been removed during the First World War and made into ammunition for weapons.