During the time when David had the tabernacle placed among the people anyone could draw near and participate in worship and experience G-d's presence.  Worship would be led by musicians, singers and dancers who together with the prophets, watchmen and gatekeepers were releasing the outpourings of heaven. 

As in those days, when we worship we seek the leading of Ruach HaKodesh (G-d's spirit) and each of the musicians, singers and dancers is supporting the individual or group on whom the anointing rests.  This allows G-d's presence to flow and be expressed in fullness.  

We also want to worship with our whole being and want to engage all our five natural and spiritual senses in worship.  We engage hearing (we sing songs), we engage sight (our swing flags are in bold colours and designs), we use touch (we move and dance) and we enjoy smell and taste (we use Worship Fragrance® and expect the release of fragrance from the heavens as a response). 

We see that men and women express worship differently but complementary.  Whilst many women are free and have plenty of role models to express worship through movement and dance, there is a distinctive lack of worship expression by men.  We want to particular empower men to bring their contributions to worship gatherings so that there would be a fullness of expression.