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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2013
The funeral of the Rev. Harold A. Carter Sr. has been scheduled for Thursday evening and Friday morning at New Shiloh Baptist Church in Baltimore's Mondawmin neighborhood. Mr. Carter will lie in state at the church from noon until 6 p.m. Thursday, and there will be a family viewing and songs from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. Afterward there will be a church-wide memorial celebration. On Friday, Mr. Carter's home going ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. The church is located at 2100 N. Monroe St., Baltimore.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2013
An overflow crowd at the funeral Friday of the Rev. Harold A. Carter Sr., a well-known Baltimore pastor, heard him described as a man with a "mandate on his life to shine. " The outpouring of fellow clergy and laity filled New Shiloh Baptist Church in the Mondawmin section of Northwest Baltimore, where Dr. Carter preached for more than four decades. He died of cancer last month at age 76. Between passages of gospel-style anthems and hymns, Dr. Carter was recalled as a man who did not settle for second-best and believed in pressing on, challenging himself to do better.
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By Linell Smith and Linell Smith,Sun Staff Writer | May 6, 1995
On this cold rainy morning, a warm wind is blowing through New Shiloh Baptist Church, the warm breath of divine inspiration. With a choir of 200 dressed in scarlet robes, with the sounds of the drums, organ and piano, with the praisings of hundreds of congregants, New Shiloh is making a joyful noise unto the Lord.Rev. Harold Carter, now celebrating 30 years as pastor of one of the city's largest and most influential black Baptist churches, is presenting the Word. Every so often, he breaks into song, like a bird taking flight.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2013
The funeral of the Rev. Harold A. Carter Sr. has been scheduled for Thursday evening and Friday morning at New Shiloh Baptist Church in Baltimore's Mondawmin neighborhood. Mr. Carter will lie in state at the church from noon until 6 p.m. Thursday, and there will be a family viewing and songs from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m. Afterward there will be a church-wide memorial celebration. On Friday, Mr. Carter's home going ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. The church is located at 2100 N. Monroe St., Baltimore.
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January 29, 2004
Harold R. Carter, founder and owner of a Baltimore construction company who was also a community activist, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Jan. 22 at Sinai Hospital. The longtime Randallstown resident was 85. Mr. Carter was born and raised in Farnham, Va., and earned a bachelor's degree in industrial education in 1939 from Virginia State University in Petersburg. He moved to Baltimore in the early 1940s, and after working for several construction companies, established Carter Construction Co., a residential builder, in 1960.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2013
An overflow crowd at the funeral Friday of the Rev. Harold A. Carter Sr., a well-known Baltimore pastor, heard him described as a man with a "mandate on his life to shine. " The outpouring of fellow clergy and laity filled New Shiloh Baptist Church in the Mondawmin section of Northwest Baltimore, where Dr. Carter preached for more than four decades. He died of cancer last month at age 76. Between passages of gospel-style anthems and hymns, Dr. Carter was recalled as a man who did not settle for second-best and believed in pressing on, challenging himself to do better.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2013
The Rev. Dr. Harold A. Carter Sr., senior pastor of the New Shiloh Baptist Church, whose legendary preaching spanned generations and brought him an audience beyond his congregation of 5,000 members, died of cancer Thursday. He was 76. In 47 years of ministry, Dr. Carter preached with legends of the civil rights era, before his congregation in West Baltimore and to bigger audiences across America and in foreign countries. And for years, his resounding voice could be heard on Sundays on WBAL-Radio.
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January 29, 2004
January 23, 2004, HAROLD R. CARTER. Viewing: Nutter Funeral Home Friday, 3 to 8 P.M. Services: Saturday, Epworth United Methodist Church, 12 noon.
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March 27, 2006
On March 21, 2006, ARTHURROSEBOROUGH, beloved husband of Doris Roseborough, devoted father of Arthur Roseborough, Jr. and Rev. Monique Carter; loving father-in-law of Kathy Roseborough and Rev. Harold Carter, Jr. He is also survived by three grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. On Tuesday, friends may call at the VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, 5151 Balto. Nat'l Pike from 3:00 to 8:00 P.M. On Wednesday, Mr. Roseborough will lie instate at New Shiloh Baptist Church, 2100 N. Monroe St., where the family will receive friends from 10:00 to 11:00 A.M. with services to follow.
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March 1, 2006
On February 24, 2006 DR. WEPTANOMAH CARTER; devoted wife of Rev. Dr. Harold A. Cater, Sr.; beloved mother of Rev. Dr. Harold A. Carter, Jr. and Weptanomah Davis; dear sister, Jacqueline Wilner; son-in-law, Rev. Dr. Henry P. Davis; daughter-in-law Rev. Monique Carter; four grandchildren and a host of other loving relatives and friends. On Wednesday, there will be a public viewing at NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH, 2100 N. Monroe Street from 6:00-9:00 p.m. On Thursday, Mrs. Carter will lie in state at New Shiloh Baptist Church, 2100 N. Monroe St., where services will begin at 12 noon.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2013
The Rev. Dr. Harold A. Carter Sr., senior pastor of the New Shiloh Baptist Church, whose legendary preaching spanned generations and brought him an audience beyond his congregation of 5,000 members, died of cancer Thursday. He was 76. In 47 years of ministry, Dr. Carter preached with legends of the civil rights era, before his congregation in West Baltimore and to bigger audiences across America and in foreign countries. And for years, his resounding voice could be heard on Sundays on WBAL-Radio.
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January 29, 2004
Harold R. Carter, founder and owner of a Baltimore construction company who was also a community activist, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Jan. 22 at Sinai Hospital. The longtime Randallstown resident was 85. Mr. Carter was born and raised in Farnham, Va., and earned a bachelor's degree in industrial education in 1939 from Virginia State University in Petersburg. He moved to Baltimore in the early 1940s, and after working for several construction companies, established Carter Construction Co., a residential builder, in 1960.
FEATURES
By Linell Smith and Linell Smith,Sun Staff Writer | May 6, 1995
On this cold rainy morning, a warm wind is blowing through New Shiloh Baptist Church, the warm breath of divine inspiration. With a choir of 200 dressed in scarlet robes, with the sounds of the drums, organ and piano, with the praisings of hundreds of congregants, New Shiloh is making a joyful noise unto the Lord.Rev. Harold Carter, now celebrating 30 years as pastor of one of the city's largest and most influential black Baptist churches, is presenting the Word. Every so often, he breaks into song, like a bird taking flight.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | May 7, 2000
Where some might see a vacant lot with weeds poking through the asphalt and abandoned buildings with windows shattered by rock-throwing vandals, the Rev. Harold A. Carter Sr. sees the seeds of community transformation. As he celebrates his 35th anniversary at West Baltimore's New Shiloh Baptist Church at this morning's worship service, Carter and his congregation are embarking on an ambitious project they call New Shiloh Village. The church purchased an 8-acre parcel next to the church on Monroe Street, the former home of the Cloverland Dairy, on which Carter envisions a day care facility, a company that will train local residents as auto technicians, an incubator for small businesses and housing for senior citizens.
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