The Middle Colonies
By: Ryan Govert, Erin Brzezinski, Emily Warren, Jeremy Erwin
Most New Englanders went for church services to the meetinghouse, where they often for other things as well. The meetinghouse was a large building in the center of a town area and was used for town meetings as well as religious services. the religion of the churches deepened on were they lived.The New England colonists were largely Puritans, who led very strict lives.The Middle colonists were a mixture of religions, including Quakers (led by William Penn), Catholics, Lutherans, Jews, and others.The Southern colonists had a mixture of religions as well, including Baptists and Anglicans.