Darren Calhoun is a justice advocate, worship leader, and photographer based out of Chicago. He works to bridge connections between people of differing perspectives through story and relationship.
Currently, Darren leads worship at Urban Village Church and serves in multiple capacities with organizations like Evangelicals for Social Action, The Center for Inclusivity, and The Reformation Project. He also sings with a progressive Christian band called The Many. He’s facilitated workshops and led worship for many Annual Conferences.
Darren brings with him an intentional focus on the church being inclusive of a diversity of people and expressions as an authentic reflection of the Kingdom of God. Lastly, Darren is an extrovert who loves hugs. Follow him on social media at @heyDarren or through his blog, DarrenCalhoun.com.
Names are important to all of us. They are how we are recognized as individuals. Names convey a bit about who we are and they are an anchor to help us find one another. Names also change. Maybe it’s the spelling to be more unique or more classical. Last names sometimes change after a marriage. For some, we choose a new name that affirms our identity as we grow to live into exactly who we are.
Our name becoming Q Christian Fellowship is a bold step into who we are and where we go from here. Change sometimes takes getting used to, but when we deal with a little discomfort in the beginning we can get great results in the end. I’m excited about what the future of this fellowship holds!