Champion of virtue and warrior of Christ,/ thou didst contend against earthly passions;/ thou wast a model to thy disciples in vigil, chant and fasting/ and the Holy Spirit came and dwelt in thee./ As thou hast boldness towards the Trinity remember thy flock/ and visit thy children as thou didst promise,/ O holy Father Sergius.
As an ascetic thou didst hide thy womanhood/ and thy falling asleep was an amazement, O Euphrosyne./ Though a woman, thou didst toil as a man/ and by thy prayers thou dost save those who honour thee.
The noble Brychan, obeying God's will, bestowed on the Church a galaxy of saints to illumine our land./ As in Angelsey thou didst labour for Christ, O holy Caian,/ cease not in thy labour of prayer that we may be granted salvation for our souls.
Truly thou art hymned, O Hierarch Finbar,/ as a Father of monastics and shepherd of souls./ Seeing our plight and feeling for us in our great necessity,/ cease not to intercede with Christ our God/ that He will raise up in our days pastors of thy stature to lead us into the way of Truth.
Wounded with love for Christ and eagerly following Him,/ thou didst spurn all carnal desire and shine as the sun on thy fatherland./ Christ has given thee the gift of wonderworking./ Remember us who honour thy memory and cry: Rejoice, Sergius our holy Father.
Desiring the life on high and forsaking all earthly pleasures/ thou didst live as a man among men, O holy Euphrosyne./ For the sake of Christ thy Bridegroom/ thou didst spurn earthly betrothal. 22-28
We bring to Thee in prayer, O Christ, great Anthony and the assembly of the God-bearing Fathers;/ they are a fiery Pillar and a brilliant sun shining from the Kievan Caves./ By their prayers grant grace to our monastery and great mercy to our souls.
Let us honour with praises the ascetic choir/ as we behold them with our minds and in spirit./ As we venerate their relics, let us bring gifts of love,/ for they pray to God for our souls.