The first known Wesleyan Methodist service in Beecroft was conducted by the Rev James Carruthers in the home of members of the Church of England, James and Jemima Hull on the northern corner of Kirkham Street and Beecroft Road in 1889. However when a Church of England was being formed in Beecroft the Hulls asked if the Wesleyans could move elsewhere. Accordingly, shortly thereafter services moved to the home of Frederick and Eliza Mason  in Copeland Road where services continued between 1892-1895. 
In the home of Mr & Mrs Frederick Mason a meeting on 6 June 1894 was presided over by the Rev J G Moore and “the desirability of erecting a Wesleyan Church was unanimously declared on the motion of Mr Mason and seconded by Mr Williams.” 
A timber church building was built on the site of the present church on Beecroft Road in 1895 with the then Minister of the relevant circuit being Rev John Moore. The church building was largely financed with assistance from the Mason family with support from Thomas Thompson Jnr of Thompson’s corner who was a benefactor of a number of local Wesleyan churches  however the debt continued until 1909.
Church numbers were small but it had a strong Sunday School and a young people’s group that encouraged total abstinence.
In 1902 the Methodist Church in Sydney was formed after combining the Wesleyan Methodist Church with other Methodists congregations.
Encouraged that the church would continue to grow, the congregation decided in 1909 to build a new and larger church building. Due to financial pressures this did not occur until 1915 when a church, built on the same design as Epping Methodist by architect Alfred Newman, was opened. In 1926 a new church ll was opened with the old one being transported to the Glenorie Methodist Church where it stands on the corner of Old Northern Road and Munros Lane, Glenorie.
In 1938 the home of parishioner George Pettit became available at 20 Chapman Avenue Beecroft. It was purchased as the parsonage – and continued to serve that role until 1970 when it was sold to again become a private home. The parsonage moved to a home purchased in 52 Bambara Crescent Beecroft.
In 1955 the church property was extensively with a new sanctuary and extended hall space. A memorial stained glad window was designed by Mr Redeski of John Aswin & Co and was installed in memory of Clarence Fisher Newman a member and Trustee of the church who had died in 1954. The front of the church was then extended and another stained glass window added in 1965-6.
As part of the Union debate the Beecroft Presbyterian Church elected to continue as a Presbyterian Church resulting in Beecroft being joined with the Bethlehem Church at Thompson’s Corner. That was a difficult partnership with different ethos and ceased in 1995.
131 Copeland Road became available for purchase in 1983 and was initially purchased as a home for the youth worker. Then in 1991, 129 Copeland Road was purchased from the Goldberg family and work commenced to build the aged care facilities known as Copeland Gardens.
Throughout much of the history of the church, 3 services have been held. During the 1940s the evening service was held jointly with the Anglican, Presbyterian and Cheltenham Congregational. A Harvest service was held between 1918 and 1970. Small groups of members meeting in homes commenced in 1952. 
The Minister in 1941-2 was Dr Churchward who had lived in Fiji since 1921 where he wrote a Rotuman Grammar and Dictionary and translated the New Testament into Rotuman. He published a book on Polynesian legends, a Fijian grammar, a simplified Hebrew Grammar and a new English Grammar that is not based on a Latin Grammar. He was interested in the Christian Socialist Movement, Legion of Christian Youth, vice-President of the NSW Aid to Russia Committee “and is devoted to the social side of Christianity and Christian work.” After talking in the Hunter he returned to live for 6 days with a miner when he went down the pit at the Aberdare Colliery.
Following the union that established the Uniting Church in 1977, one organisational feature adopted from the Presbyterian tradition was to form a Council of Elders who would assist the Minister in spiritual and pastoral oversight. Beecroft readily adopted this new concept and formed its first Council in July 1977 comprising 29 people of whom 7 were women.
While the Sunday School commenced when the church was meeting in the Mason home, the biggest numbers happened when Stan Carter was Superintendent in the late 1960 and early 1970s. Two of the longest serving Superintendents were A W Harrison between 1934 – 1952 and Mr Harold Cox 1954-1966. For youth there were a string of activities with one of the most successful groups being Friday at Beecroft (FAB) which started in 1981 and continued into the mid 1990s. It had regular attendances of 80 youth with a lot of the activities happening off site.
Throughout the history of the church there have been strong women and men’s groups. From 1991 there have been a series adult leisure learning with a particularly strong Australian History section.
On 1 March 2020 the Uniting churches of Beecroft and Pennant Hills have combined with services held (post virus) in the Beecroft building and the Pennant site used for activities.
1888-1890 J E Carruthers, W J Davis
1891-1893 J G Morris Taylor
1894-1896 J W Moore
1897-1899 W H Beale
1900-1902 W E Bourne
1902-1905 J G Morris Taylor
1906-1909 R B Bowes
1908-1909 B Deane
1910-1913 E E Crosby
1913 G T Moore
1914-1916 B E Lane
1914 AF Crapp
1915-1916 R H Doust
1917 W H Howard, W C Francis
1918 W H Howard
1918-1921 B Deane
1922-1923 J W Collier
1924-1928 W Deane
1929-1933 W M M Woodhouse
1931 F A King
1932 R C Barlow
1933 G W Johnston
1934-1937 J Bathgate
1936-1940 W R Robbins
1938-1940 A W Parton
1941-1945 L M K Mills
1941-1942 C M Churchward
1943-1945 L E Bennett
1946-1947 S M Barrett
1948-1950 A Collins
1951-1955 R A Gibbons
1953-1956 A C Towner
1957-1960 R C Dempsey
1961-1964 S Redden
1965-1970 D W Bliss
1971-1980 L Thompson
1981-1987 P Smith
1988-1994 A Kirkpatrick
1995- J Weston
 For more information on the Mason family see elsewhere on this web site
 Beecroft Cheltenham History Group Beecroft and Cheltenham: the shaping of a Sydney community to 1914 (privately published, Beecroft, 1995) p 224
 M Barr & J Moore A Charge to Keep, A History of the Wesleyan-Methodist-Uniting Church Beecroft 1895-1995 (Beecroft Uniting Church, Beecroft, 1995) p1
 Beecroft Cheltenham History Group Beecroft and Cheltenham: the shaping of a Sydney community to 1914 (privately published, Beecroft, 1995) p 226
 M Barr & J Moore A Charge to Keep, A History of the Wesleyan-Methodist pp19-25
Smith’s Weekly 21 February 1942 p 14 – which also contains a caricature of Dr Churchward.
 Barr & Moore pp26-27.