WORSHIP SERIES & SUNDAY MESSAGES

Find out what we're talking about in worship and watch/listen to past Sunday messages.

Getwell hosts worship on campus and online each Sunday at 9:30 & 11AM.

Worship at our Hernando Campus takes place at 9 & 10:30AM.


ON CAMPUS WORSHIP

The Getwell family meets for worship in the Family Life Center (FLC) every Sunday at 9:30 & 11AM.


ONLINE WORSHIP

Getwell hosts worship on our live stream and Facebook Live platforms every week. If you are not able to join us in person, please join us online! If you attend online and are a member or regular attender at Getwell, please let us know by registering your attendance using the ShelbyNEXT Membership app. If you're brand new to Getwell, we would love to know you are joining us online! CLICK HERE to complete a quick form so we can say hello.

CURRENT MESSAGE SERIES:

Getting to the Promise: Walking Through Exodus

Exodus focuses on God rescuing His people, the Israelites, from slavery in Egypt. Throughout Exodus, we are able to see typologies of Jesus through different people, events, and promises. In these components, we take note of how Jesus is the fulfillment of all of Exodus. Just like God promised to deliver the Israelites from slavery, God delivers us from the slavery of sin through Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection.


February 18 – God Calls / Moses (Exodus 3:12-14; 4:2-17)

Just as the Lord called Moses, we are called. We often give excuses or think that we are not worthy of our calling due to incompetence, ignorance, hypocrisy, or defiance, but we see that Moses overcame all of these things through dependance on and guidance from the Lord. God tells Moses that He will be with him, the people will know His name, He will show His power, and God will provide for his weakness. When we have the same excuses, God provides us with the same answers.


February 25 – God Does Miracles / Passover (Exodus 12:1-28)

Exodus 12 provides us with the specifics of the Passover, and we find that Jesus and his sacrifice mirrors many details found in that passage. The key to the deliverance of the Israelites was not that they sacrificed the lamb, but that the blood of the lamb was applied to the doorpost. In the same way, it is important that the blood of Christ is applied to our lives. The Passover shows us the clearest picture of the sacrifice of Jesus in the Old Testament. We are delivered from slavery through the sacrifice of a lamb, and we are called to remember that sacrifice. 


March 3 – God Provides / Manna (Exodus 16)

The Lord provides bread from Heaven to both meet the physical needs of His people and to instill a practice of trust and obedience in them. This foreshadows the real need for Jesus and instructions for a daily dependence on Him.


March 10 – God Instructs / Law (Exodus 20:1-21)

As we move into the middle part of Exodus, God is establishing the Israelite people as a culture. This culture must begin with an establishment of structure and rules that solidify them as a people. The ten laws that God lays out deal with their relationship to God and the world. Jesus would summarize these ten laws this way: love God and love others. Even today, we can use this as a metric to determine our relationship with the Lord. If we don’t love others, what does that say about us?


March 17 – God Disciplines / Wilderness (Exodus 32:1-8)

As fallen people, we are so easily distracted and impatient. While wandering through the wilderness, the people of God begin to grow distracted and in a brief turn from the Lord, they build a golden calf — showing our sinful desire to make and seek gods in our own image. When we grow impatient and seek the immediate instead of the long-term, we want rescue without surrender. It is in those moments that God disciplines and teaches us.


March 24 – God Fills / Tabernacle (Exodus 40)

Our God is a God that desires to dwell among His people in order to provide guidance, support, and to be in relationship with His people. The second half of the book of Exodus is about His instructions to prepare a place for Him to dwell among His people. Throughout the passages of the New Testament, we see that Jesus is the fulfillment of the Tabernacle being that He provides everything needed for true worship of God. In addition, He provides the avenue for believers to be able to always dwell in the presence of the Lord.

CHRONOLOGICAL BIBLE READING PLAN

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KIDS MINISTRY RESOURCES - FEBRUARY


Sermon Notes Sheet


Memory Verse-

“You are God’s chosen people. You are holy and dearly loved. So put on tender mercy and kindness as if they were your clothes. Don’t be proud. Be gentle and patient.” Colossians 3:12, NIrV


Monthly Virtue-

Kindness is showing others they are valuable by how you treat them.


FEBRUARY 4

FX SUNDAY!

Kids in K-5th and parents are invited to the Kids Worship Room at 9:30 or 11AM to have some fun learning about what Kids Ministry will be talking about in February.

PRESCHOOL VIDEO


FEBRUARY 11

Bible Story: The Kindness of Jesus (Matthew 8:1-4, Matthew 19:13-15, Matthew 9:10-13)

Bottom Line: Jesus showed us how to be kind.

PRESCHOOL VIDEO

ELEMENTARY VIDEO


FEBRUARY 18

Bible Story: Ruth and Naomi (Ruth 1–2 )

Bottom Line: Be kind to the people closest to you.

PRESCHOOL VIDEO

ELEMENTARY VIDEO


FEBRUARY 25

Bible Story: Go the Extra Mile (Matthew 5:41)

Bottom Line: Be kinder than you have to be.

PRESCHOOL VIDEO

ELEMENTARY VIDEO

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