d:two began life in 1878 as the Henley Tabernacle, where a group of Christians met. Baptist records show that in the 17th Century there were a group of Christians in Henley calling themselves Baptists and it was this group who built Henley Tabernacle.
During the decade of the 1980's, the church renovated and changed the building to form the DaySpring Christian Centre, which included a café, some meeting rooms, offices and accommodation.
In 2004, the church decided to renovate the old DaySpring Centre and rebrand it, taking on the name d:two. In November 2011, we were pleased to officially open the doors of d:two again and embark on the next chapter of this unique building. Now d:two is a multi-purpose seven-day-a-week centre for use by all the community, with state-of-the-art facilities, new offices and and an attractive, accessible and safe environment for local groups and individuals.