Pastor Kim S. White
Pastor Kim Sherrie White is a native of Petersburg VA. She was educated in the Petersburg Public School System. Upon graduation from Petersburg High School, Pastor White attended and matriculated from Virginia State University. Pastor White was employed for over 25 years at Fort Lee, VA as a nutritionist. In December of 2013, she retired from Fort Lee and entered into fulltime ministry, which had been her prayer for many years. Pastor White is the mother of one son Tytrail White, grandmother to two wonderful grandchildren Tytrail Jr., Taylar and mother-in-love to Rev. Angel White.
In December of 2008, Rev. White became the dynamic fourteenth Pastor of Bloomfield Baptist Church in Wilsons, Virginia, and its first female pastor. Rev. White is a much sought-after speaker for conferences, church revivals, and workshops because of her breakthrough prayer anointing and vigilance in spiritual warfare. God has anointed Rev. White to build a transcontinental ministry that has blessed the body of Christ throughout the United States and abroad. She has ministered messages of hope to the deployed military families in Germany and Belgium and impacted change in the lives of thousands here on the American soils. Pastor White has made appearances on The Word Network with Bishop Greg Davis on “Rejoice in the Word”. She has a respected prophetic voice and encourages the people of God to live on the next level. Rev. White is committed to training disciples and evangelizing the lost.
In 2010, Pastor White, operating in the spirit of excellence and obedience entered into Samuel Dewitt Proctor, School of Theology pursuing her Masters of Divinity degree. In May 2013, after three years of hard work and dedication, she received her Masters of Divinity and has determined to use the knowledge she has received to catapult God’s people into a new level of anointing and wisdom.
Pastor White lives by the scripture, “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28