Cherokee County Rescue Mission

Since opening its doors in November 2000, Miracle Hill Rescue Mission has been offering hope in Cherokee County by providing food, shelter and basic necessities – all within a Christian framework – to those most in need. Each night, men, women and children continue to look for shelter from the cold, lonely streets. The mission’s capacity is 24 women and children and 20 men. Additional beds are available on nights when the temperature drops below 40 degrees.



Everyone’s road to somewhere has a beginning. For most people, they have to hit rock bottom before making a decision to turn from a damaging path. For Stephanie Butler, it was no different. Stephanie, a medical technician from Greenville, grew up in church her whole life. She sang in the gospel choir, raised her children well, and had a close relationship with her church body. However, at age twenty-six, Stephanie was drawn into a lifestyle full of darkness and destruction. She became addicted to crack cocaine, and it turned her world upside down.

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