Project Description

Stephen
Dundas

Regional manager for the bookshop ministry in Northern Ireland.

Location: Lisburn

Email: stephen.dundas@fmbookshops.com

LISBURN

Stephen has worked in retail since the age of 13, and started as The Faith Mission Bookshop Manager in Bangor in 2009.  In 2019 Stephen was appointed to his current role of Regional Manager in Northern Ireland. Stephen is a family man, and is married to Maureen.

His ministry involves the Pastoral care of all bookshop staff, promoting and raising the profile of the bookshop ministry through events and connecting with local church leaders and communities.   He is also involved in developing and training staff in all aspects of retail and customer service, whilst also recognizing that the bookshops are a ministry, reaching out to people with many needs.

Stephen says: “My vision for the bookshop ministry is that we will see it grow and become an integral part of the Mission and local church. I want to see our staff grow in their ministry within the shops and their personal lives and that our shops will become a place where people experience the presence of God as they spend time in them.”

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Stephen has worked in retail since the age of 13, and started as The Faith Mission Bookshop Manager in Bangor in 2009.  In 2019 Stephen was appointed to his current role of Regional Manager in Northern Ireland. Stephen is a family man, and is married to Maureen.

His ministry involves the Pastoral care of all bookshop staff, promoting and raising the profile of the bookshop ministry through events and connecting with local church leaders and communities.   He is also involved in developing and training staff in all aspects of retail and customer service, whilst also recognizing that the bookshops are a ministry, reaching out to people with many needs.

Stephen says: “My vision for the bookshop ministry is that we will see it grow and become an integral part of the Mission and local church. I want to see our staff grow in their ministry within the shops and their personal lives and that our shops will become a place where people experience the presence of God as they spend time in them.”