It has been a dream of one of the members of Highland Heights United Methodist, Reenie Schulz, to make a quilt to honor the women of the church. This dream became a reality when the finished quilt was dedicated on March 12, 2000. The quilt, entitled "Hands to Work, Hearts to God," has been hung permanently in the Fellowship Hall. The quilt is made up of forty-two 12-inch blocks, which contain the outlined left hand of each of the women of Highland Heights with their names embroidered below the hands. In the middle of each handprint is a heart to emphasize what it means to help with God's work. Those women who are now deceased also have a small United Methodist Cross and Flame embroidered in gold thread. The quilt took many hours to make--especially since most of those working on the quilt had never quilted. Those who worked on the quilt were Verna Mayfield, Annette Sewell, Beverly Fuller, Glenda Drake, Reenie Schulz, Linda Willis, Lori Waters, Joanne Reid, and Phyllis Paez. Often on hand to help their moms were Sarah Sewell and Benjamin and Abby Schulz. Those who participated in the project were enthusiastic in their comments about the experience of working, visiting, and praying together while they completed the task.