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Štěpán Hájek is a priest of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren, first in Dubenky (1987 – 1999), now in Brno-Husovice (since 1999). He has co-created many cultural activities such as the Eman publishing house, Protestant monthly magazine, the children organisation Kálef and the Parrésia theatre festival. In Brno he initiated musical compline services in the Red Church and he also organizes pub religious services in Desert Club where preaching is accompanied by music bands and artists. He wrote a book for children Jak Vosolčko cestoval (On How Vosolbrčko Travelled) and is the co-author of a series of interviews with Svatopluk Karásek Víno tvé výborné (Your Excellent Wine). His sermons were also published. He teaches interpretation of biblical texts at the Theatre Faculty of Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno. He is married to Jitka and is a father to Jonáš, Františka, Ondřej, and Jáchym.
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