Join us on Saturday, March 26!

Join us for a free day of fun for the whole family on the HPU campus. We will be showing a family-friendly movie in Mims at 2 p.m. Reunion tents will be located by the Bell Towers starting at 4 p.m. for alumni chapters, organizations, decade gatherings, and more! Enjoy outdoor games, food, and activities. 

At 7 p.m., the Songwriter Showcase concert will be held in L.J. Mims Auditorium featuring HPU alumni musicians David Dewese ’96, James Dunning ’97, Chad Edgington ’97, and Brad Miles ’96.

David Dewese ’96 has spent more than 20 years writing and recording music in Nashville, San Diego and now Dallas, where he is recording his first faith-based album.

James Dunning ’97 is the frontman for the Americana band Lost Immigrants and has written, co-written and produced almost a dozen albums and EPs with Texas-based artists.

Chad Edgington ’97 has served as the pastor of First Baptist of Olney since August 2013. He enjoys songwriting and has recorded several albums with his wife, Melissa.

Brad Miles ’96 has toured with his band Everman and released a solo worship album in 2005. He is currently the lead pastor at First Baptist Church Shallowater.

Schedule of Events

1 - 3 p.m.

Hispanic Alumni Chapter Reunion

Richard and Wanda Jackson Room, Paul and Jane Meyer Faith and Life Leadership Center

A come-and-go gathering for the newly-formed chapter to meet and connect with Hispanic alumni

2 - 4 p.m.

Matinee in Mims

L.J. Mims Auditorium

Free family-friendly movie event

4 - 6:30 p.m.

Reunion Celebration

Bell Towers

Reunion tents, outdoor games, bouncy houses, food trucks and more!

Connect with these alumni groups and student organizations:
African American Alumni Chapter
Alumni Association Board Members
Baptist Student Ministry
Chi Alpha Omega
Delta Chi Rho
Delta Epsilon Omega
Hispanic Alumni Chapter
Pi Theta Chi
Student Government Association
Tau Beta Sigma

7 p.m.

Songwriter Showcase

L.J. Mims Auditorium

Featuring performances by HPU alumni musicians David Dewese ’96, James Dunning ’97, Chad Edgington ’97, and Brad Miles ’96