It was great to meet so many people at the Christian Resources Exhibition at Sandown Park.
Hope you all enjoyed your visit to the Holy Socks stand. We’ve put up a few photos with more to come.
Before we headed north again, we dropped off some socks at Guildford Cathedral. If you haven’t been, it’s well worth a visit. We’ve put up a couple of photos but there will be more later.
You can contact us at email@example.com or phone us on 01671 404043.
Holy Socks are about the journey we’re all on through life - whether at any particular time, we’re journeying with or without faith.
They’re socks with a story to tell. They’re a combination of the ancient idea of life as a journey and modern novelty socks - except that they’re not just a novelty.
They bring a serious message but do it, often with humour, but always with depth and thoughtfulness.
The designs illustrate Biblical verses, stories or characters and they come in a leaflet with an original story, poem or meditation inspired by the design.
They highlight life as a journey and Christian life as pilgrimage.
Want to know more? You could listen to a chat I had with Kevin Potter of Hope FM at CRE at Sandown Park 2018. Click here.
The first pair of Holy Socks was put on someone’s feet in 2000.
We've been walking the faith ever since and now have a range of serious, funny and "in between" socks.
They’ve walked on feet in Scandinavia, Russia, South and North America, many African countries, Australia and New Zealand and one pair has even reach Mongolia. They’ve stood on the Great Wall of China and Mount Carmel and reached the middle of the Australian outback. Rally drivers have worn them and divers have kept their feet warm in Holy Socks.
While at the Christian Resources Exhibition last year I had a chat with Kevin Potter of Hope FM. You can listen here.
If you’d rather read about us, click here.
You can either order from our website or phone us on
01671 404043 or 07918 18 45 39.
We've added a partial list of stockists and will be adding
more soon - find it here.
Rallying with Holy Socks
How to celebrate - Jock style.
Jock and Cammie finished second on the Macdonald and Munro Stages Rally in Elgin.
Jock usually does a good star jump to celebrate but came up with a variation on a theme this time.
See Jock interviewed on ITV's Border Sport in Focus
or pictures from the Scottish Rally click here.