After William Penn received the charter. A great number of Quakers had their first meetin in Upland which is now Chester, Pennsylvania. The Quakers were a radical religious group. The Germans of Pennsylvania largely belonged to the Lutheran and Reformed Churches while there were several other smaller sects: the Mennonites, Amish, German Baptists Brethren, Schwenkfelders, and Moravians. As you can see Religion was big in Pennsylvania. In fact, Pennsylvania seemed to be the most open to Religions and had the most Religious freedom.