A "Done in A Day" team works on the Lindenhurst home of Eileen Flynn as part of the NYAC/UMCOR's Sandy recovery effort. Photo courtesy of LI Sandy recovery

Eileen Flynn of Massapequa with a teen from the Virginia Conference, part of a team who worked on her house in July 2015. Photo courtesy of the LI Sandy Recovery office.

The Voices of Youth, a team drawn from ten churches in the Virginia Conference of the UMC, serenade Massapequa homeowner Eileen Flynn (in chair with back to cmaera). They arrived July 12, 2015, for a week of work. Photo courtesy of the LI Sandy office.

Eileen Flynn, left, is interviewed by Arthur McClanahan in her Massapequa front yard. Looking on are NYAC Sandy recovery staffers Stephania Petit, from left, Peggy Racine, and Rev. Tom Vencuss. Volunteers from NYAC/UMCOR have been renovating Flynn's home.

Eileen Flynn's house, being repaired by NYAC/UMCOR volunteers. Photo, special to the New York Annual Conference, by Arthur McClanahan

Lawn mower at Eileen Flynn's home on Long island, ruined by Hurricane Sandy. Photo, special to the New York Annual Conference, by Arthur McClanahan

Temporary curtains and chairs are still part of Eileen Flynn's living room as her home is being repaired by NYAC/UMCOR volunteers. Photo, special to the New York Annual Conference, by Arthur McClanahan

Eileen Flynn's house, being repaired by NYAC/UMCOR volunteers. Photo, special to the New York Annual Conference, by Arthur McClanahan

New windows installed at Eileen Flynn's house on Long Island, which is being repaired by NYAC/UMCOR volunteers. Insulation and sheetrock sit in the middle of the room. Photo, special to the New York Annual Conference, by Arthur McClanahan

Eileen Flynn's house, which is being repaired by NYAC/UMCOR volunteers, backs up to a canal in Massapequa, N.Y. Photo, special to the New York Annual Conference, by Arthur McClanahan