A nameless group usually called "truth" has an interesting way of appealing to non-members (outsiders).
Sometimes the ministers (workers) will pass out cards stating the time and location of gospel meetings in town halls.
Professing people (friends) usually invite more outsiders (anyone who doesn't profess their church) to meetings.
When you first meet "the friends" , you will be impressed by their quietness, sincerity, friendliness after meeting, and their humility. They will start to take an interest in you as long as you continue to go to their meetings. Getting to every meeting possible is VERY important to the friends and workers.
They will be as friendly to you as you choose to attend their meetings. If you stop attending their meetings, they will often withdraw their friendship with you until you decide to start getting to the meetings again.
After awhile, they will start expecting to see "changes" in your dress (especially for women), speech, friendships and other unwritten rules of the sect.
Professing people can be so warm and loving until you stop attending their meetings and then they can give you a cold shoulder. [www.angelfire.com
Yahoo search of "workers, friends, Meetings and Truth".
Professing people expect you to ONLY attend their meetings and AVOID attending ANY OTHER religious gathering since their religion is seen as the only true church. You must limit friendships with unprofessing relatives. Immerse yourself into their gatherings and events.