Here are some lovely things she wrote about worship:
By this door and this alone, humanity enters into that great life of the spiritual universe which consists in the ceaseless proclamation of the Glory of God.I love that. Our lumpy, idiosyncratic, Sunday morning attempts at worship can lead to the beatitude of the soul which is our true destiny. We can become part of the ceaseless proclamation of the Glory of God.
God’s invitation to it and man’s response, however limited, crude or mistaken this response may be, are the appointed means whereby we move towards our true destiny…
Worship…is an avenue which leads the creature out from his inveterate self-occupation to a knowledge of God, and ultimately to that union with God which is the beatitude of the soul.
In order for that to happen, however, we must overcome
The tendency of all worship to decline from adoration to demand, and from the supernatural to the ethical…New Anglican liturgies such as the Anglican Church of Canada’s supplementary Eucharistic texts reveal such a decline. The language and imagery of numbers one and two, in particular, is more about issues of political correctness and ethics than about unconditional adoration.
Selfless adoration is the goal of worship for Underhill. Such adoring, undemanding, worship
…advances that transfiguration of the whole universe which is the Coming of the kingdom of God.Your Kingdom come, indeed.