Welcome Rev. Michiko

Michiko Bown-Kai, is a minister in The United Church of Canada who is passionate about social justice and creative expression.  Michiko studied Social Justice and Peace Studies and Political Science at the University of Western Ontario before attending Emmanuel College for their Master of Divinity program.


Over the past decade Michiko has engaged in ministry in many forms: as a Sunday School coordinator, program coordination at The United Church's General Council Office, a youth group leader, an intern minister at East End United Regional Ministry, and most recently as a supply minister at Glen Morris United Church. Michiko is always excited to learn more about cultures, languages and nature.

You can often find Michiko biking, highland dancing, or befriending as many dogs as possible. They have recently moved to the land of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe, and Neutral peoples known as Cambridge, Ontario which is part of the Haldimand Tract treaty.