Pantheism, in its literal sense, is the worship of many entities. Yet the Judeo-Christian tradition has aspects of pantheism.
The idea of the Catholic God, the Holy Trinity best explained to me as the three leaves of a clover leaf is worshipped as one but portrayed as many.
The word for God in the original Aramaic, then Hebrew, text of the Bible is plural. God is not him or her, but »they«, and given qualities of man and woman in the text.
So even in our singular focus of worship, most of us acknowledge the pantheistic nature of a higher power.