What are star words?
Star words are centering words, received in some way on Epiphany, meant to guide your prayers, reflections, or spiritual practices for the new year. The idea is that as the magi followed a star, we can consider being led by a focusing sentiment. A few examples of star words are hope, action, beauty, and calm.
Receiving star words has become a popular practice in mainline churches, and Living Table has enjoyed iterations of the ritual for the past several years. For 2023, we have made star words in the form of decals. These are intended to be applied to a glass surface such as a mirror. (We put ours on our bathroom mirror.) The vinyl is not permanent, meaning it will stay up if you leave it alone, and you can remove it later when you wish.
How do I apply my vinyl decal?
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