Monastery Grounds

 

The Monastery is surrounded by 17 acres of land. This allows the Sisters to keep beehives, olive trees, fruit trees and a vegetable garden and tend to a few animals.

Situated in the Monastery is an outdoor Chapel dedicated to St Seraphim of Sarov, where his Feast day is celebrated by Divine Liturgy on 2nd January.

Saint Seraphim
Saint Seraphim Chapel
Icon of Saint Seraphim of Sarov Chapel of Saint Seraphim of Sarov

 

Female pilgrims can stay at the guesthouse of St Anna and are invited to participate in the daily programme of the Monastery.


There is also a building that houses a coffee room and the Monastery Bookshop from where Orthodox literature (in Greek and English), handicrafts and icons made by the Sisters may be purchased.

 

Saint Anna Guest house
Alpacas
Guesthouse of Saint Anna Monastery Pets