A tambourine pattern is a combination of taps, shimmies, zips, checks and other movements set to 4, 8, or 16 counts making a pattern of rhythm. Patterns can be played to music, when marching, and for intercession. We believe our patterns have been inspired by God through scripture, music and vision.
Each pattern has a specific name and is supported by scripture. We believe just as Adam named the animals and that was their name (Genesis 2:19), when we name a pattern that is what it is (represents). For example when we play the pattern “God So Loved”,
John 3:16 is being declared out to the airways of the world through the rhythm of the pattern. At the same time it brings focus amongst the team members providing even more power to the declaration. A creative resonance of sound is put in motion when we play, representing the very nature of God.
Through documentation of team patterns, God’s inspiration can be shared with others bringing unity to the body of Christ. Majesty Ministry uses patterns from other teams: Heart of David (Springfield OR), God’s Tapestry (Puyallup WA), King of Glory (Richland WA) and Shachah Ministries (USA), along with patterns inspired by God to our own team members. It is our desire to share our patterns with others wanting to worship our Lord with the tambourine.
The patterns shared on this site are shared with the hope that one day we will all join together and worship the Lord in unison. If you have questions about the patterns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org . If you have patterns to share with us, please send them to the same address.