One Thing In Common

Hope in the face of death

John 11:1-44 With well over half a million people worldwide now having died from COVID-19, we have all been forced to confront our own mortality. But this is something Jeremy Marshall has had to face up to even before the pandemic began. Jeremy was in senior management for many years at Credit Suisse, and then as CEO at C.Hoare & Co., the UK’s oldest private bank. Now 57, he has a rare and incurable form of cancer. In this interview and Bible talk, he shares something of his story and why he has hope in the face of death.

Remembrance event with Andrew Hill (midweek)

Mark 15:37-39 An interview and talk with Squadron Leader Rev Dr. Andrew Hill RAF (Ret’d). Andrew served for 22 years in the RAF as a Fighter Controller. In a varied career he was, among other things, involved in the regular interception of Russian bomber aircraft intruding into UK airspace, served at the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System base, and qualified as a Surface to Air Missile Controller.

Remembrance Sunday with Andrew Hill

Mark 15:37-39 An interview and talk with Squadron Leader Rev Dr. Andrew Hill RAF (Ret’d). Andrew served for 22 years in the RAF as a Fighter Controller. In a varied career he was, among other things, involved in the regular interception of Russian bomber aircraft intruding into UK airspace, served at the Ballistic Missile Early Warning System base, and qualified as a Surface to Air Missile Controller.

One Thing in common – Bank CEO (Lunchtime)

Luke 24:13-36 Jeremy Marshall worked for Credit Suisse for 20 years in senior management, and after that was CEO of C Hoare & Co, Britain’s oldest Bank, until May 2016. Now he has terminal cancer. In this interview and talk, Jeremy speaks about the difference Jesus has made to his life and the difference as he faces death.

One thing in common: Bank CEO (Sunday)

Luke 24:13-36 Jeremy Marshall worked for Credit Suisse for 20 years in senior management, and after that was CEO of C Hoare & Co, Britain’s oldest Bank, until May 2016. Now he has terminal cancer. In this interview and talk, Jeremy speaks about the difference Jesus has made to his life and the difference as he faces death.