Darren Saint-Ulysse is an assistant editor at Sojourners magazine. He is a child of Caribbean immigrants to the U.S. and was born, raised, and educated in New Jersey, where he currently resides. Darren holds a Th.M. and M.Div, from Princeton Theological Seminary, and a B.A. in sociology from Princeton University.
In addition to his work at Sojourners, Darren is content curator at The Witness: A Black Christian Collective, a board member at Peacemakers Coalition, and a musician for various worshiping communities in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Outside of work, Darren enjoys spending time with family, listening to podcasts, reading good journalism, thinking about the sports and news media landscape, and bemoaning the fact that the New Jersey Nets moved to Brooklyn. He also can often be found trying to, for some reason, keep his MVP Baseball 2005 game as up to date as it can be on a Nintendo GameCube.
Darren firmly believes that the U.S. should institute permanent daylight saving time … and is very grateful that “out of the infinite riches in Jesus/ God giveth, and giveth, and giveth again.”