The people in Cayman Island is called the Cayman. The population
is diversified with Whites, African American and a number of ethnic
from the expatriate group.
English is the official language of the people in the Cayman Islands,
with a distinctive "brogue" reflecting heritage of Welsh, Scottish
and English ancestors still distinguishing the speech of the Cayman.
The number of Jamaican residents in the work force means the Jamaican
patois and accompanying heavier accent is also common. Spanish,
particularly regional dialects of Central America and Cuba, is also
The most predominant religion of the Cayman Islands is Christianity.
Besides that, there is also a selection of various religious fellowships
and associations which have strong support from the community.
Examples of these are, the Full Gospel Businessmen's fellowship,
Youth for Christ, Women Aglow, Gideons and Keswick, which work with