Rev. Harold Carter, Jr. was made vice president of the Hampton Ministers’ Conference at their annual conference that took place in June. There, he had previously served as the assistant secretary.
Carter said he accepts the position “very humbly,” and is looking forward to being able to “pour back into the conference” in his new role.
Carter was born and raised in Baltimore, Md. and is a third-generation preacher. He has been the pastor of New Shiloh Baptist Church—the same church he was ordained in—since 1996. Before that, he spent 16 years serving alongside his father, Dr. Harold Carter, Sr.
He said the new role will be a learning opportunity that will enable him to serve while also continuing a family tradition.
“It’s a way that I can continue the legacy of my family, but also continue with whatever means of education God has afforded me to receive,” he said.
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