Every year Mennonite churches in Bucks, Montgomery, and some neighboring counties of Pennsylvania hold a recreational all night lock-in at a local Mennonite school for youth in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. It begins on a Friday evening at 9:00 p.m. and ends Saturday morning at 7:00 a.m. The activities include worship times, movies, karaoke, snacking, and a wide variety of sports among other things. The sports included soccer, extreme dodgeball, wallyball, fosseball, ping pong, and basketball. The two movies were "Herbie: Fully Loaded" and "National Treasure."
I took a few pictures of the closing worship time and the karoke activity three of which are shown below.
Closing worship time was held in the bleachers in the school's gymnasium. I think there were around 340 youth and 80 adults at the Lock-In. The two following pictures were from the karaoke time. They often came up in large groups though some performed solos, duets, or trios.
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