Those taking part or attending the live Vision Feedback Event on Saturday are urged to leave plenty of time for their journey.
The M56 between junctions 11 and 12 will be closed in both directions on Saturday for planned works to demolish a decommissioned bridge.
Friday 19 May to Monday 22 May
M56 - closed in both directions between junction 11 and 12, from 9pm Friday to 6am Monday
A533 Expressway - closed in both directions between Preston Brook and Murdishaw roundabout, from 7pm Friday to 6am Monday
A56 - closed in both directions from the A533 to the rail bridge, from 7pm Friday to 6am Monday
More information can be found on the National Highways website: A533 (M56) Expressway bridge replacement - National Highways
As well as attending Chester Cathedral, people in the Diocese of Chester can enjoy the event at one of four "watch parties" held at parish churches around the diocese.
The four locations are:
St Wilfrid, Grappenhall
Christ the King, Birkenhead
St Michael and All Angels, Macclesfield
Holy Trinity, Stalybridge
The Bishop of Stockport will join people gathered in Stalybridge, the Bishop of Birkenhead will join the watch party in Birkenhead, Archdeacon Mike will be alongside those in Grappenhall, and Archdeacon Ian will travel to join people in Macclesfield.
No booking is required, simply turn up at your preferred location and join in. The service begins at 11 am and refreshments will be served after the event.
The timetable for the live Vision Feedback Event on Saturday 20 May
10.30am - Arrival at your local "watch party" venue
10.45am - There will be a short moment of prayer and thanksgiving
11.00am - The event begins at Chester Cathedral, with each venue contributing to the event via video link
12.00pm - The service is due to end, with refreshments served at each location
The Bishop of Chester, Mark Tanner, will lead the service at Chester Cathedral where he will share the emerging themes and priorities that have been identified through the consultation.
In the video below Bishop Mark invites the whole diocese to be a part of the event, at Chester Cathedral and at the four locations around the diocese, and emphasises the importance of listening to each other and to God. He says: "We believe that it's really important that we listen to each other, that we listen to people outside the Church, but, most importantly, that we listen to God as we try to discern his priorities for our life together in this next phase of being the Diocese of Chester, for all of the 1.65 million people who are part of our communities."
The service will also be broadcast on the Diocese of Chester's YouTube channel for anyone unable to attend.