Not long after Beth Ariel was birthed in 1996, some members of the congregation had it on their hearts to begin a street ministry, a door to door outreach to the Jewish people of Montreal. With a population of close to 100,000 and with our Jewish communities demographically knitted so closely together, it was not difficult to identify where to go as long as we always knew to walk behind the prayer support of warriors who backed up the team and of course the Lord who led the way into many conversations.

We have given out more than 1800 bible sets (Old and New Testament) to Jewish homes. We are greatly indebted to the Society for the Publication of Hebrew Scriptures, who has provided these free bibles for distribution to Jewish non believers.

One sows, another reaps but we are all to enjoy the ingathering together.

Welcome to Knock and Talk. Join us in prayer as we go door to door together, sharing the truth of Who Yeshua (Jesus) is.


Walk and Talk report November 10, 2021


Close to tears, he said he wanted to bless the team member’s grandchildren with long life and prosperity, and we answered that we prayed his family would know the hope of the Messiah and see the end of anti-Semitism.


Walk and Talk report November 3, 2021


When he came back out, he had tears in his eyes. We asked him to read all of Isaiah 53 and spoke about our loving and good God who hurts when we do.


Walk and Talk report October 27, 2021

An elderly woman received an English set and couldn’t believe how wonderful it was to have our gift.


Walk and Talk report May 26, 2021

We spoke about how the end of anti-Semitism will only come when Messiah is reigning on the earth. The man also took a bookmark, after asking our religion. We answered we were not in a religion but believed in the Hebrew Scriptures and the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.


Walk and Talk report October 20, 2021

Not long after, we met C., a very intelligent young Orthodox Jewish woman who had studied Koine Greek, the language and dialect of the New Testament.


Walk and Talk report October 13, 2021


The other team had a short conversation with a Russian woman who had been recently widowed. Without skills in either French or English, we did our best using hand gestures. She was quite happy and touched to have a bound set of Scriptures in Russian and Hebrew, since we had brought a set with us that time.


Walk and Talk report October 6, 2021

We saw a Hispanic woman enter the parking lot with her beautiful toddler daughter. We struck up a conversation and learned the little girl’s name was Hannah. It was easy to point out that it was a biblical name meaning “grace” and we asked if she knew the story or would like to read it.


Walk and Talk report September 29, 2021

…when a group of three young teenage boys came over to listen to the music and singing. We don’t give out literature or witness to those under 18. The boys even asked to know the name of our “band”, clapping in time with the song. When they wanted to know where they could hear more by the guitarist, we replied, “Beth Ariel Congregation.” The one wearing a kippah said, “Oh, my name is Ariel!”


Walk and Talk report September 22, 2021

We distributed about 40 tracts and five sets of Scriptures there. The only opposition was a man who after accepting and reading the tract, then ripped it up in front of us and threw it to the ground. We picked up all the pieces.


Walk and Talk report September 15, 2021

A Sephardic man initially refused our pamphlet and walked away, then turned around and came back to see what we were giving out. We shared quite a bit with S. about atonement and redemption. He eventually took the Isaiah 53 leaflet as well as the whole gift set of Scriptures, which he was excited to receive.