Mission: Since 1937, Miracle Hill has ensured that those most in need receive food, shelter, and compassion while hearing the Gospel of Jesus Christ and becoming productive members of society. Beginning with a small downtown mission, Miracle Hill Ministries has grown to meet the changing and diverse needs of homeless, hungry, and destitute people. Today, eight specialized outreach departments provide Christian nurture and care to men, women, children, and families. Miracle Hill seeks to help individuals and families achieve independence and wholeness within a distinctive evangelical Christian framework through Rescue Missions in Greenville, Spartanburg and Cherokee counties, as well as Shepherd's Gate, a Boys' Shelter, Children's Home, Relief Ministry, and Thrift Operations. Those with addiction problems can access 2 addiction recovery programs as well as transitional housing which is made available for program graduates
Results: We opened the new 80 bed Overcomers Center in November 2010. This opened up 60 additional emergency beds at Greenville Rescue Mission.
Target demographics: Homeless men, women, and children. Men and women struggling with addictions.
Geographic areas served: Upstate South Carolina
Programs: Emergency shelter - addiction recovery - GED training
On Tuesday November 24, 2015, Miracle Hill Ministries is hosting its annual Great Possible Turkey Fry. All efforts enable the hungry at Miracle Hill’s various shelters be fed for Thanksgiving. Six hundred turkeys will be cooked, either smoked or deep fried, and approximately two thousand people will be fed. Many volunteers come together in support of Miracle Hill to prepare, store, and deliver the turkeys to the shelters and facilities in Upstate South Carolina. This event would not be possible without the valued community partner, WSSL 100. The Great Possible Turkey Fry enables Miracle Hill to show compassion while serving the homeless and hungry at Thanksgiving and to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ.