Singing evangelist to appear Nov. 2 at Basehor church
Leo Domann, a singer-story teller, who is also an ordained minister, spends his life traveling from concert to concert, church to church.
He will appear next during the worship service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 2 at the Basehor United Methodist Church, 18660 158th St., one half block south of State Avenue. A former parish minister of the United Methodist Church, Domann believes his "mission is to share the light and love of God. One doesn't have to be a flawless vessel for the grace of God to come through."
Domann's music has been recorded by a variety of artists including Kathy Mattea, Mark Lowry, Jake Hess, the Gold City Quartet, Karen Peck, the Bishops and Riders in the Sky. His songs have appeared on the charts of Billboard and have received extensive international airplay.
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