Saint Anastasia was the mother of St Sava of Serbia (January 12). She was the daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Romanus, and received the name Anna when she was baptized. Later, she married the Serbian king Stephen Nemanya (September 24).
She finished her life as a nun, receiving the name Anastasia.
Troparion — Tone 4
Abundant in virtue, and adorned with meekness and piety, / you shone forth through the purity of your life; / therefore, you were granted the grace to be the mother of our people’s Luminary. / Thus, we cry aloud to you: “Rejoice, O venerable mother Anastasia!”
Kontakion — Tone 4
Having been blessed by marriage, and living a life of sobriety, / you humbly taught your children to love God above all else. / As you now stand before Him, / intercede for us who cry aloud to you: / “Rejoice, O venerable mother Anastasia!”