Educator

Bishop Nedd’s interest in education and young people led him to take a two-year sabbatical from the politics of Washington, to teach U.S. history and to establish and coach a policy debate team at a public charter high school in the nation’s capital. Bishop Nedd also helped establish a rugby team at another D.C. charter school, serving kids from underserved communities. Although no longer teaching, Bishop Nedd has provided scholarships to assist needy children, has established a primary school in Nairobi, Kenya, and even raised money to reopen and staff an orphanage in Abuja, Nigeria.

Despite all the demands on Bishop Nedd’s time, he still manages to preach at St. Alban’s Anglican Church in State College, PA about 45 Sundays per year while also serving as a Pennsylvania State Constable.

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