HAROLD A. CARTER, JR. Pastor, New Shiloh Baptist Church
Dr. Harold A. Carter, Jr. 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 and the faith community.
Dr. Carter is the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the New Shiloh Village Community Development Corporation; a non-profit organization with a goal of community development, including the New Shiloh Senior Living and New Shiloh Family Living apartment buildings.
Associate of Clinical Operations, she oversees and manages various outpatient clinics for
pediatric and adult patients. She also works as an advocate for the Elderly and Homeless
communities. Ms. Greene is a graduate of Nyack Christian College of New York, with a
Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management.
graduated from Coppin State College with a Bachelors of Science Degree in History. She is a long time member of New Shiloh Baptist Church; she is ordained a Deacon, and currently the 2nd Vice President of the Progressive, formerly the President of the Greeters Ministry. She is a devoted family member that resides in Baltimore County with her husband Dennis.