At the Monastery of Chrysopigi, besides the central Church (Katholikon) which is dedicated to Our Lady of the Life-Giving Spring, there are five other chapels: two side Chapels to the main Church dedicated respectively to Saint John the Theologian and Saint Catherine, the Chapel of Saint Haralambos, and the Chapels of Saint John the Hut-Dweller and Saint Arsenios the Cappadocian.
At a very short distance from Chrysopigi there is the Church of the Mother of God “Quick to Hear” (Panagia Gorgoepikoos) which belongs to the Monastery.
In the monastic area of caves lie the dependency of Saint Kyriaki and the new monastic complex of Metamorphosis. Spread out through the area are the caves chapels of Saint Anthony, the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus, the Mother of God “of the Myrtle Tree” (Panagia Myrtidiotissa) and Saint Silouan, the New Martyrs of Crete and Saint Kallinikos, Saint Gerasimos of Kefalonia, the Holy Apostle James, the Brother of the Lord, Saint Makarios of Egypt, and Saint Lazarus.
At the foundation rocks of the Katholikon of Metamorphosis there is the Church of the Mother of God “the Joy of All”, as well as the Chapel of Saint Gregory V of Constantinople.
At Metamorphosis there are also two other chapels, one dedicated to Saint Methodia of Kimolos and the other to Saint Joseph the Sanctified.
In the monastic area of caves, very close to Metamorphosis, the construction of a church dedicated to Saint Porphyrios of Kavsokalyvia has been started. The Saint is especially revered by the sisterhood of Chrysopigi and it is to him that this whole area owes its regeneration.
The Monastery of Chrysopigi also has a monastic dependency in Elati of Arcadia, Peloponnese, which is dedicated to the Holy Unmercenaries.