Climate Change...



How People of Faith Must Work For Change, A virtual Lenten book study by Rev. Jim Antal


Tuesday evenings at 7:15pm-8:30pm beginning Feb. 23 through March 23, 2021


The Board of Mission & Outreach will introduce the study with a sermon by Rev. Antal on Feb. 21, and include a Q&A with him personally at a later point in the study.


There are 9 free copies of the book available for participants in the weekly book study.  Contact Wendy in the church office, give your email and arrange to pick up a book as soon as possible. We will send you a Zoom invitation for each week.


We'll begin with the introduction and chapter 1, then discuss two chapters per subsequent weekly sessions, led by Tom Warren

For Inspiration and Motivation...

Select the following links to view video's created by the World House Choir from Yellow Springs, Ohio whose mission is to perform music that motivates and inspires our communities toward justice, diversity, and equality as we strive for peace and create our web of mutuality.

Mystery from Missa Gaia:


Blue Green Hills of Earth from Missa Gaia:

Protecting Fish Brook, A Documentary, Sept. 2020

Masconomet High School seniors, Katie Bernard and Marion Duval, filmed and produced this environmental documentary about the Fish Brook tributary of the Ipswich River to spread ecological awareness


Check out these videos/webinars on the intersection of climate change with race, poverty, health/disease, food and water security among other aspects of life:


Recap of forum led by Tom Warren on Impact of Climate Change on the Oceans. View details here.


Energy Production for the CCoT:

- 101 Ways to Fight Climate Change: (from The Nature Conservency)

- Check out 350 Massachusetts for current local actions to support green living:

For a broader perspective, check out the Climate Rreality Project": 

For a broader perspective check out the Climate Reality project:

"Prophets and Power: Compelling Congress to Act" Nov. 23, 2020 In this webinar co-hosted by Rev. Dr. Brooks Berndt, UCC Environmental Justice Ministry, panelists describe how faith advocates can successfully advocate for climate legislation in Congress. Faith-rooted advocates have enormous potential to be the moral and spiritual force needed in congressional districts across the country. The degree of organized pressure brought to bear on members of state and federal legislatures will significantly impact whether our nation rises to face the climate crisis and environmental injustice. Here.

Join us for online worship!

Sundays at 9:30 am

followed by virtual

coffee fellowship

Site map

The Congregational Church of Topsfield
9 East Common Street
Topsfield, MA 01983
Phone: (978) 887-2101
Fax: (978) 887-9531
General email:

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The Church Office is in the Emerson Center at 9 East Common St. across from the Town Common.

Office hours are

Mon. – Fri. 10 AM – 1 PM and by appointment.

Summer Office hours are

Tues. - Thurs. - 10 AM - 1 PM and by appointment