Temples and holy relics of the Monastery

The temple of the Monastery, where the main services are held, is consecrated in honour of the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord.

The most revered icon of the temple is the Lord Almighty, Christ in Majesty.

Also, there is an icon of Saint Nicholas with a part of his holy relics and a silver repository of holy gifts with parts of the relics of Saints, which the nuns take out for worship during main feasts. The Monastery keeps the holy relics of great martyr Pantaleon (Panteleimon), priestly martyr Charalampus, great martyr Eustathius, priestly martyr Blasius, martyr Trophimus, Mary Magdalene Equal-to-the-Apostles, righteous Anna, righteous martyr Philothea of Athens, reverend Pelagia of Tinos.

In the Monastery, there is a small house church in honour of the Feast of the Presentation of the Theotokos. In it, the divine services are performed on the patronal feast and on those days when there are no parishioners in the Monastery.

There is also a small cell church in honour of Saint Spyridon in the main building of the Monastery.

Next to the Monastery cemetery are the ruins of an ancient church of the XVI century — that was once discovered by Father Sophronius — which altar part remained preserved to this day.

A small exposition dedicated to its founder is displayed in the refectory of the Monastery, and liturgical items belonging to Father Sophronius are also kept there.

Not far from the spring, a large worship cross marks the place where the monk used to pray.