Ordained to the Ministry of Word and Sacraments on July 8, 1984, Rev. Dr. Yvette Noble-Bloomfield is currently the Regional Deputy General Secretary of the Cayman Islands Regional Mission Council of the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, a post she has held since December 1, 2015. Rev. Dr. Yvette Noble-Bloomfield candidated for the fulltime pastoral ministry in the late 1970’s and started her preparation at the United Theological College of the West Indies (UTCWI) in 1979, from which in 1983 she received a Diploma in Ministerial Studies. Simultaneously, she was a student at the University of the West Indies from which she graduated with the Bachelors of Arts (Theology) Upper Second Class Honours degree. She also obtained the Certificate in Radio; Magazine Format from the Caribbean Institute in Media and Communication ( CARIMAC) - University of the West Indies in 1987 and in 2001 the Doctor of Ministry Degree from the Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia USA .
In the field of education, Rev. Dr. Yvette Noble-Bloomfield has made significant contributions. She served as Part-time Lecturer and Advisor to the final year students of the Institute for Theological and Leadership Development (ITLD). Over a ten-year span she served as a Religious Education teacher at the St. Andrew High School for Girls, Camperdown High and Wolmer’s High School for Boys. She has also served as Chaplain at Camperdown High and the St. Paul’s Basic School.
Rev. Dr. Yvette Noble-Bloomfield has made significant contributions to the Church and the community as a whole. She is married to Denver, an educator, and they are blessed with two children both university graduates and working young adults.
Rev. Dr. Yvette Noble-Bloomfield was appointed as a member on 15 September 2017 for a period of three years.