In the Church of England, at least, the Easter Sunday mass is the primary communion service of the year. All members of the church are supposed to take communion at Easter even if they do not receive it at any other time of the year. The problem is that the standard eucharistic prayers, from which the president will choose for Sunday's service, do not, in my opinion, suit the day in the slightest. Our eucharistic prayers are all about "the night before he died" and on Easter Sunday we should forget about all that for a while as we really have had enough seriousness already. All the words of the liturgy, for this one day, should be about resurrection and the living Christ. Therefore, I suggest we pretty much ditch the eucharistic element of the Easter service as it stands and replace it with a new liturgy that should be built around an actual feast for the church family and its guests. And definitely dancing afterwards.