Jeremy was CEO of the UK’s oldest private bank, C Hoare and Co, when he was diagnosed with incurable cancer in 2015. Given the short time to live, he has found many opportunities in between ongoing treatment to share his faith in homes, churches, universities, schools and even football stadia. His book ‘Beyond the Big C’, published by 10ofthose, is about hope in the face of death and is designed to give away to our non-Christian friends. He is chair of a number of Christian charities and recently was involved in acquiring a Christian bank, Kingdom Bank. Married to Jeanette he lives in Kent with three adult children.
Pippa is Pastoral Care and Seniors Coordinator at Holy Trinity Church, Claygate in Surrey. She is an Occupational Therapist by training and worked for many years in the NHS specialising in neuro-rehabilitation and care of the elderly.
Louise is an author of leading books on dementia and old age and is a frequent contributor to Christian media. A Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, Louise also currently head up Media and External relations activity for Pilgrim’s Friend Society.
Rev Roger Hitchings
Roger has spent almost 50 years working with older people, with Age UK and then full-time pastoral ministry. Roger speaks and writes around how understanding Bible teaching should enhance the way we minister with people in their later years.
Revd Dr James Robson
James is Ministry Director for Keswick Ministries. Before joining the organisation, he served as Senior Tutor and Tutor in Old Testament and Hebrew at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. Previously he taught at Oak Hill College. London. His passion is that the whole of the Bible should shape the whole of the church to the glory of God.
Carl leads ‘Faith in Later Life’, a national Christian charity seeking to provide a focal point for churches ministries with older people. Carl previously headed up communications activity for Pilgrim’s Friend Society and leads evangelism and outreach at his church.
Dave is a former trustee of Keswick Convention who served in various way including youth and programming. After a lifelong and continuing interest in youth ministry he is now working on ‘Active Retirement’ issues and is the ambassador for AfterWorkNet. He is married to Heather and serves as Honorary Associate Minister at Christ Church Winchester.
Debs is a church community worker in Greater Manchester and is passionate about the biblical role and value of older people. She is studying for a BA in Third Age Mission and Ministry and coordinates an inter-church befriending service.