Our Story

Responding to a movement of the Spirit and a call to The New Evangelization, the story of Intercessors of the Trinity begins in 2007. A small group of people who had experienced the power of healing prayer and of a LIVING God who wants to interact intimately with each of us, got together at Deacon Brian and Dee Kerby’s house near Evergreen, Colorado. The goal was to continue their healing journey and invite others to participate as well. Focusing on the Trinity – the power of the Holy Spirit, healing through Jesus Christ, and the love of our Father in heaven – and the example of the Blessed Mother’s humility and love for her son Jesus, the group pursued a deeper relationship with the Trinity and immersed themselves in a passionate quest to learn as much as they could about healing prayer. Guided by the Holy Spirit, they were led to the teachings of church fathers, to the contemplative prayer of St. Ignatius, and to scripturally based training in healing and deliverance ministry – whatever would help to increase intimacy with all three persons of the Trinity and remove any blocks. The goal was to live out the gospel of Jesus Christ, experience a life of joy, hope and peace, and to see victory in people’s own lives as well as their families and friends. By word-of-mouth and personal testimony, the small group of five expanded, until in 2010 the numbers grew too large for the Kerby house. It was then that the prayer group moved to “The Barn” at Evergreen Memorial Park and adopted the name “Intercessors of the Trinity.” The movement of the Spirit has been profound: testimonies of physical and spiritual healing abound, including healing of cancer and other diseases, of addictions, of relationships, and of deep inner wounds. From the very beginning, the vision of the prayer group has been to introduce people to the healing power of the Trinity – that God desires ALL people to experience His healing love, to equip them to carry that healing love to others, and to fulfill with joy and hope the mission He created for every human being. It is a great adventure that all people are invited to join. “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father. And whatever you ask in My name, that I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son.” John 14:12-13