When we performed at St. Joseph the Worker Church, setting up for concerts was a marathon. From carefully moving altar items and marking where they had come from, to fitting together the painstakingly crafted wooden risers and the metal frames, to setting up the orchestra, to building lights, to carrying chairs up and down the winding staircase from the loft above the altar, to vacuuming the church at the end of the concert . . . BCCO volunteers (and friends and family, most notably the Miyamoto-Mills clan) did it all. And then did it the next day, and the next, and the next. The process got faster over the years, until its speed culminated in this time-lapse video, which I shot at the suggestion of Ama Torrence.