Interfaith Chaplaincy

Larrey Homan

Advisor, Native American
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135 Woodbury Campus Center, Portland Campus

Contact Information

Phone: 207-671-2032

Larrey is rom the Micmac Tribe of the Wabanaki Federation in Maine.  In this role, he serves as a spiritual teacher, leader, and ritual participant.  He is happy to invite Native students to "come along side" and work with him in the gardens on campus, learning as you go.  He also responds to questions and is happy to be a resource for information about Native traditions and teachings.

Religious and Spiritual Life Updates - Fall 2013

Religious and Spiritual Life Updates - Fall 2013


With the recent retirement of Andrea Thompson McCall, there have been some changes with USM's Religious and Spiritual Life program (previously known as the Interfaith Chaplaincy).

Previously located in the historic Deering Farmhouse at 23 Brighton Ave, the program is now housed within Portland Student Life in the Woodbury Campus Center.  The chaplains and advisors have formed the Religious and Spiritual Life Council, chaired by Rabbi Hillel Katzir and Rev. Rus Willette.  Sarah Holmes, Assistant Director for Student Life and Diversity, will be serving as the administrative liaison for the Council.

Additionally, there is a new meditation and interfaith prayer room in Portland Student Life, that students, faculty, and staff may access during regular business hours.

Any help that you could provide in helping students connect with our programs in our new home, would be greatly appreciated.


Sarah Holmes, Administrative Liasion

Rabbi Hillel Katzir and Rev. Rus Willette, Council Co-Chairs