VETERANS OF TRUTH (archive)
This is the original VOT website. It is now on permanent display
for all to see, remember, and appreciate the difficult experiences
cast upon those who sought the real truth.

WORKERS, FRIENDS

AND

THE CHURCH WITHOUT A NAME

ENTER VOT

IN THE BEGINNING:


Some of the first workers at CROCKNACRIEVE CONVENTION, Ireland, 1913

AND TODAY:


A typical worker photo today!

And it all began in 1897 when this man had an idea:


William Irvine 1863 to 1947

And in 2017, 120 years later, Irvine's *experiment* continues!

ENTER VOT

PLEASE NOTE: It is not the intention of the Veterans Of Truth web site to destroy the Workers' way of meeting; rather it is to bring to light certain facts that have not always been common knowledge. VOT also serves as the voice of countless contributors who have freely shared their opinions, feelings and experiences. While VOT recognizes the validity of all individuals to express their feelings the VOT Administrator does not necessarily embrace all comments on this web site; nor are the viewpoints expressed intended to represent the worldwide "NORM" since customs, practices and beliefs in the No-Name church can often vary from area to area.

NEWS IN THE WORK - A sister worker in Saskatchewan, Canada was put out of the work on February 16, 2001 for having contact with the excommunicated friends in Alberta. She was one of the few workers who did NOT believe in shunning ex professing folk whether they leave on their own or are put out by the workers. Obviously the head worker of Saskatchewan did not agree with her.