NCLF Update News re Dr Roswith Gerloff
NCLF Update News:
Announce passing of Dr Roswith Gerloff – pioneer contributor to Black & White Christian Partnership
Dr Roswith Gerloff was very instrumental in bringing recognition to the significant contribution of the Black Churches in Britian within the context of Theology, Research and Partnership. This news is direct from her native homeland.
1 August 2013
Dear friends of Dr. Roswith Gerloff,
Unfortunately, we have to announce to you the sad news that Roswith Gerloff has passed away in the night of the 28th / 29th July 2013. After a long series of sicknesses, she finally had become too weak to continue her so devoted work and life. Her death was very peaceful, falling asleep at home.
When Dr. Roswith Gerloff was still alive it was her strong wish that the celebration originally planned to be her 80th birthday celebration should take place with or without her. This is why it will now be a memorial service and celebration which, thanks to our friend Alimamy Sesay, can take place on
Date/ Time: September 21st 2013 at 15:00h
Place: Magdalenen Church, Karl-Marx-Strasse 197-201, 12055 Berlin (Neukölln)
Direction: U7: Stop „Karl-Marx-Straße“ or S45, S46: Stop „Neukölln“
You are heartedly invited! those of you who will come from outside Berlin will need to take care of your own travel and accommodation. If you will be coming as part of a group, we could help you to organise an affordable joint facility.
The burial will take place on August 12 in the Bavarian town of Aschaffenburg.
Steffi & Peter Arthur (Berlin)
Tomio Gerloff (Freiburg)
Julius Freiherr v. Gemmingen (Berlin)
Regine Otto (Berlin)
Gundula Schmidt (Cologne)
Alimamy Sesay (Berlin)
Armin Triebel (Berlin)
And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.