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Concert of Hope featuring Gospel Artist Larry Carter


All Seats: $20.00 (tax & fees included)

Concert of Hope

“Concert of Hope was born out of a desire in the heart of Summerside United Pentecostal Church to bless our community in a unique way.  The concert has been prayerfully designed to bring an evening of atmosphere in the presence of Jesus, while at the same time to precipitate a fundraising campaign for Prince County Hospital.  This year, we have decided to dedicate the funds raised at the concert towards the goal of purchasing a new heart monitoring system.  It is our prayer that our contribution and the blessing of Jesus will inspire and bring hope to many hearts and make us better together!”

– The Summerside United Pentecostal Church

About Larry Carter

Larry Carter started playing guitar at age 6. Growing up in a musical family and singing in a trio with his sister and mother on a local radio broadcast and in churches through his childhood fueled his love for music and the guitar.

In early 1989 Larry joined the McGruders and spent 4 years on the road with them touring and recording “Come Fly with the McGruders.”

Leaving the McGruders in October of 1992, Larry embarked on a solo ministry and has now over 20 years of ministry across the US and Canada.  He has also played guitar on hundreds of CD releases.  Larry is the songwriter of several songs including “Sunday School Girl,” “When I Found Jesus I Lost the Blues,” and has songs recorded by Ivan Parker, Tim Spell, Karen Harding and Greg McCool.

Larry has been married to Debra Carter since 1982 and has 2 daughters and 2 granddaughters and a grandson.