Reverend Robina Marie Winbush

Reverend Robina Marie Winbush, age 61. Sunrise July 16, 1957 and Sunset March 12, 2019.

Visitation 10:00am and Celebration of Life Service 12:00 noon Friday, March 22, 2019 at Broad Street Presbyterian Church 760 E. Broad St.

Entombment at Union Cemetery.

Condolence Messages

  1. Our thoughts are with the family in this time of sorrow may you continue to rely on God and know that he hears your prayers, because he cares for you. Thinking of you all.

  2. Irish J. Richardson

    To the Winbush family. My heart is with you and your family at this time of your loss. There is comfort in knowing God’s promises about the resurrection hope. (Acts 24:15) and (John 5:28,29) In the past God has resurrected humans and He is eager to do it again because He hates death. (Mark 5:41-43) To learn more about God’s promises go to JW.ORG. There are online Bible study lessons featured and more. Love Your Neighbor Irish J. Richardson

  3. Dr. Lawrence & Barbara Willis

    To Donald and family.
    Barbara and Me are praying that the comfort and peace of God through Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit will be with you as you hold tightly to your precious memories of Robina.

  4. May the God of tender mercies and all comfort sustain you at this stressing time.
    My deepest sympathy to the entire family.

  5. Reverend Angela B. Archer

    To family and friends of the Reverend Robina Winbush,
    Words cannot express the sadness in the passing of our dear friend and sister in Christ. Our deepest condolences .
    Reverend Angela B. Archer
    Philadelphia, PA

  6. Reverend Angela B. Archer

    To the friends and family of the Reverend Robina Marie Winbush,
    Words cannot express the sadness in the passing of our dear friend and sister in Christ.
    My deepest condolences.
    Reverend Angela B. Archer
    Philadelphia, PA


    My condolence to your family .

  8. Rev. Dr. Jennifer S. Leath

    To The Family & Loved Ones of Rev. Robina Winbush,

    I write to express my deepest condolences to you. Rev. Winbush was a friend, a sister, and a mentor to me and countless others; I am eternally grateful. Her heart was for justice and it overflowed with love for all humanity. She had little patience for those who would stand in the way of love and justice. Her vocation was ecumenism and she ministered as one who knew that she was always among G*d’s children.

    May G*d comfort and keep each of you as you mourn. May G*d strengthen you with joy as you remember this sacred womanist.

    Rev. Dr. Jennifer S. Leath
    Iliff School of Theology
    Campbell Chapel AME Church
    Denver, CO

  9. Barbara Walterd

    Our condolences to family. Do not know you, but spiritually brothers and sisters. Rev Robert and Barbara Walters, west jersey presbytery

  10. Rev. Muriel Burrows

    Dear Sister-Pastor, you were one of the first people who befriended me when I arrived in the United States, a scared refugee seeking political asylum from apartheid South Africa in 1982. Years later I was thrilled to meet you again when we both worked at the PC(USA) national office in Louisville, Kentucky. Your passing has left a void here on earth, but you will bring so much joy in heaven. Thank you for your ministry and your friendship.

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