In Our Houses of Worship

Houses of Worship bring the benefits of solar to the community. 

  Second Church in Dorchester   Through the Codman Square Goes Solar initiative, Second Church in Dorchester installed a 25-kilowatt system on the roof. “It was an exciting time for us when we heard that we can have solar on our roof that provides a portion of the electricity for our building,” recalls Alphonse Knight, the property manager at Second Church. “We are smiling to the bank for saving a lot of money. It’s catching on in the neighborhood… Solar is here to stay and we want to work with it.” The project provides a means for Second Church to lead by example and be a steward in faith and environmental leadership. In 2017, Mayor Walsh awarded the 211-year-old building the  Buildings and Energy Greenovate award .

Second Church in Dorchester

Through the Codman Square Goes Solar initiative, Second Church in Dorchester installed a 25-kilowatt system on the roof. “It was an exciting time for us when we heard that we can have solar on our roof that provides a portion of the electricity for our building,” recalls Alphonse Knight, the property manager at Second Church. “We are smiling to the bank for saving a lot of money. It’s catching on in the neighborhood… Solar is here to stay and we want to work with it.” The project provides a means for Second Church to lead by example and be a steward in faith and environmental leadership. In 2017, Mayor Walsh awarded the 211-year-old building the Buildings and Energy Greenovate award.


Bethel AME | Jamaica Plain, MA

  “As a community of faith, it’s really important for us to live our faith in everything that we do. These solar panels are really important to us in terms of living out our witness, to say that it’s time for a clean energy future and we need to demonstrate that in our actions and the way we live as a church.” -  Rev. Mariama White-Hammond

“As a community of faith, it’s really important for us to live our faith in everything that we do. These solar panels are really important to us in terms of living out our witness, to say that it’s time for a clean energy future and we need to demonstrate that in our actions and the way we live as a church.” - Rev. Mariama White-Hammond

West Medford Baptist Church

 In 2018, West Medford Baptist Church installed a 17 kW solar system on its roof. The church and Resonant Energy are currently working to add a second solar system onto the roof of the annex.

In 2018, West Medford Baptist Church installed a 17 kW solar system on its roof. The church and Resonant Energy are currently working to add a second solar system onto the roof of the annex.


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