To transform the lives of incarcerated people, formerly incarcerated people and their families.


A world where individuals and communities are restored to caring and respectful relationships in the wake of harm from crime.


We  believe in the intrinsic worth and dignity of every human being.

We believe in the power of transformative justice that brings healing to victims of crime, offenders and their communities.

We believe that individuals and their families must be spiritually supported in their often profoundly difficult journey towards healing from the impacts of crime.

We believe that accountability, healing and restoration can be the well-spring of hope.

We believe that Divine mercy and grace are expressed concretely by befriending, visiting and spiritually upholding people as they become loving and productive members of our communities.

We believe that this work builds peaceful and faithful communities.

Statement of Commitment

Recognizing the disastrous history and impacts of colonization on the Indigenous People of Canada, and

Recognizing that Indigenous People experience systemic and pervasive discrimination in every dimension of society, including the justice system, and

Acknowledging the over-representation of Indigenous People in Canadian prisons, and

Confessing the participation of Christian Churches in the destruction of Indigenous spirituality and culture and in the attempted assimilation of Indigenous People, and

In keeping with the mission, vision, and values of the Micah Mission,

The Micah Mission commits itself to acting in accordance with the human rights and restorative justice principles elaborated in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.