@Jakub Rudnicki Unfortunately, we do not have permission from the record custodians to make the digital images of film 70551 available to the public. You might try other websites, or do a web search for the specific church in Berlin to see if there is a way you can contact them to ask about getting copies of records. Another place to look would be the wiki article on
Germany Genealogy: https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Germany_Genealogy
It has a section on Church Records that might point you to some helpful resources.
Hi, thank you for the response. But is it possible to have paid access to this file ? I really must see the concrete record so i am ready to pay for it.
Best regards Jakub
FamilySearch does not offer paid access to any records. It is always free. However, that particular film should be available digitally in a FamilySearch Family History Center. You can locate a Family History Center close to you with this tool: https://www.familysearch.org/help/fhcenters/locations/centerlocator
You will want to call first as many of them are currently closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The message "You may be able to view this image by visiting one of our partners' sites or the legal record custodian (fees may apply)" indicates that only members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints can view the records on FamilySearch. This is a common restriction for German Protestant records.
You should be able to view the records at Archion (subscription fees apply)