HAROLD A. CARTER,JR. Pastor, New Shiloh Baptist Church ... is a third generation preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, having been licensed and ordained in the church of his upbringing (1980), the New Shiloh Baptist Church, Baltimore, Maryland. ... is married to Rev. Monique T. Carter, and they are the parents of two sons, Rev. Daniel Carter and Timothy Alphonso Carter. He is the son of the late Dr. and Mrs. (Also Dr.) Harold A. Carter and has one sister, Weptanomah Davis. ... is a graduate of Eastern College, St. Davids, Pennsylvania, earning a B.A. in English Literature/ Writing and Religion... is a graduate of the Lancaster Theological Seminary, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, earning a Master of Divinity degree... is a graduate of the United Theological Seminary, Dayton, Ohio, earning the Doctor of Ministry degree, and among many honors and awards, he received the Doctor of Divinity degree from the Virginia Seminary and College, Lynchburg, Virginia, and the Doctor of Humane Letter from Cumberland College, Williamsburg, Kentucky. In 2006, he was inducted into Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia, as a Martin Luther King, Jr. Distinguished Preacher. ... is the pastor (since 1996) of the New Shiloh Baptist Church, Baltimore, Maryland, having served along with his father Dr. Harold A. Carter for sixteen years. He leads the congregation of more than 5,000 active members with emphasis on Missions, Evangelism, and Christian Education. His preaching is heard widely throughout this nation, and through radio, television and internet streaming broadcasts. He is credited by his ministerial colleagues and many in the media as galvanizing pastors, activists, community & political leaders, at a time of civil unrest and grief, surrounding the unfortunate death of Freddie Gray, Jr. (allegedly) at the hands of six Baltimore city police officers, to stand in solidarity (with over 200 leaders strong) for a press conference and subsequent March for Peace, which had much to do with quelling the riots and looting and even led to the forging of positive relationships between gang members of the Crips and the Bloods and New Shiloh, along with the faith community. … Dr. Carter formerly pastored the First Baptist Church, Petersburg, Virginia, believed to be the oldest AfricanAmerican Baptist congregation in America* (1989-1996) and the Zion Baptist Church, Reading, Pennsylvania (1983-1989). ... his ministry has taken him to such places as the Middle East, Romania, Panama, Trinidad, Korea, China, England, the Bahamas, and India, where he has, also, been privileged to share the Gospel. He sees his “call” to the ministry as “The Divine compulsion to do God’s will.” ... he has served on a number of boards and conferences. Presently, he serves as the Assistant Secretary of the Hampton University’s Ministers Conference and the Executive Secretary for the Global United Fellowship (GUF), which recently (March, ’16) afforded him the platform to address the United Nations (UN) in New York, on the subject of “Bridging the Gap Between the Church & Technology.” He, also, presently serves as the President and New Testament/ Hermeneutics Professor for the Determined Biblical & Theological Institute of Baltimore, MD. He has served as a Co-Mentor for more than 60 doctoral students at the United Theological Seminary, Dayton, OH. Additionally, he is the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the New Shiloh Village Development Project; a non-profit organization with a goal of community development, including the New Shiloh Senior Living building (an 81-unit facility). ... as an outgrowth of his ministry, publications include: The Power of God’s Negatives, The Sacred Marriage—Getting Started in Pastoral Ministry, The Burning Bush, (co-author), and Harold’s Hermeneutics—Volume One. Additionally, he has written several songs, three of which have been recorded and performed by New Shiloh’s Music Ministry, entitled “You Will Know” and “I Never Shall Forget to Praise Your Name,” and “Always.” ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ Woodson, Carter G., The Story of the Negro Retold, Associated Publishers, Inc., Washington, DC, 1945, p. 62.

Vanessa Collins Pyatt
Donald E. Lee
A member of New Shiloh Baptist Church for more than 56 years.  He currently serves as the Chair of the Official Board (Diaconate) and the Treasurer of the Community Development Corporation.  He is a lifelong resident of Baltimore and is a father of two and grandfather of four.  He is married to Deacon Christine P. Lee who shares with him as an officer of the church.
Darry Brantley President
Mr. Brantley has over 25 years of banking, finance and tax experience. He has served in Management and Senior Leadership roles at several regional and money center financial institutions including M&T Bank, PNC Financial and Northwest Bank where he financed commercial real estate projects including shopping centers and office buildings. Mr. Brantley also has experience working for several Community Development Financial Institutions.
Rev. Vanessa C. Pyatt Vice Chair
A Rev. Pyatt owns The Pyatt Group, LLC, a Balimore City MWBE certified communications firm with clients in affordable housing and utilities.  She is former head of communications for the Baltimore City Departments of Transportation, Public Works and Baltimore City Public Schools.  Licensed to preach the Gospel in May 2016, Rev Pyatt serves in ministry at New Shiloh Baptist Church under the pastorate of Dr. Harold A. Carter, Jr.
Donald E. Lee Treasurer
A member of New Shiloh Baptist Church for more than 56 years.  He currently serves as the Chair of the Official Board (Diaconate) and the Treasurer of the Community Development Corporation. He is a lifelong resident of Baltimore and is a father of two and grandfather of four.  He is married to Deacon Christine P. Lee who shares with him as an officer of the church.
Dorothea Jordan Secretary
Dorothea Jordan is a native Baltimorean.  She has several years of experience as a real estate professional, serving in various capacities which include real estate agent, home ownership counselor and settlement officer.  She is also the former Director of Housing for the Greater Baltimore Urban league and Southern Mondawmin Improvement Association.
Michael L. Barland Executive Director
Michael L. Barland is a retired former executive in both the public and private sectors.  His career of 42 years focused on the development and sale of affordable housing products and financing tools in markets throughout the US.  His community development and financing skills lead to the production of over 1,000 units of rental and for sale housing in lower income neighborhoods in Baltimore City.

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Rev. Daniel Carter

Henry Baines

Rev. J. Stephens Advisor

Bertha S. Knight  

Deacon Elizabeth H. Adams
Deacon Adams was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the daughter of the late Rev. Paul J. Harris, a Baptist minister.  Her mother was the late Lena Caulk Harris, a descendant of the well-known Young Family of Baltimore.   A graduate of Frederick Douglass High School, Dea. Adams later became Principal of that same school.   Her education spanned a number of years.  She graduated with honors from Coppin Normal School (now Coppin State University), Morgan State University, and Towson State University and continued graduate studies at New York University and the University of Maryland.   At New Shiloh, she became a deaconess and served as vice-president of the deaconess board.
Michael Ray

Mr. Michael Barland, Executive Director

Mr. Darryl Brantley, President

Mrs. Vanessa Pyatt, Vice-President

Mr. Donald Lee, Treasurer

Ms. Dorothea Jordan, Secretary

Dr. Harold A. Carter Jr.

Dr. Elizabeth Adams

Mr. William Shaw

Rev. Daniel Carter

Dr. Henry T. Baines

Ms. Theodora Peters

Mrs. Hope Williams Blanton

Mr. Michael Ray

Mr. Gregory Hamilton