Social Justice Opportunities


NS Conversation Cafe Wed. Feb. 5th 7 pm Emerson Center 9 East Common St. Topsfield.

Evenings Topic:

What should be the government's role in providing access to healthcare?

Recap of the IOOV Event at CCoT Sat. Jan. 25, 2020.  To All: Carl Stevens from WBZ Radio was at our Saturday Event and he recorded the following interview of  NAMI In Our Own Voice presenter Lisa Monk.  Link here . 




United Church of Christ: Advocate for Justice:

Gun Safety:  Tritown to Newtown Ride


Special Climate Report 2018:

Press release:
Full report:

Energy Production for the CCoT:

Mental Health:

Income Inequality:



The events posted in this Social Justice site are not sponsored by the  Congregational Church of Topsfield. Links to organizations, and resources regarding social change are included as a means to facilitate education and networking in support of the mission of the Social Justice Committee.

Mission of the Social Justice Committee: Address the root causes of social or environmental inequities through education and advocacy in a respectful, peaceful, and faith-based manner. 

Guiding Principals: Create a safe space for dialogue, and create change through non-violent, prayerful, and faith-guided means.

Join us for worship!

Sundays at 9:30 am

followed by

coffee fellowship

in the Emerson Center

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