Spontaaneously I would say no, but I'll ruminate and work out why I think that. I suppose you could move forward in a car with no fuel, if you opened the door, pushed a bit and tried to steer as well, but why would you want to?
I would agree, especially in the matter of power, which we commonly associate with the Holy Spirit (as in "you shall receive power, when the Holy Spirit comes upon you...")
But the question brings up a remarkable survey recently published in Christianity Today. A large portion of evangelicals identified the Holy Spirit as a force, as opposed to a person. (Quite a few also identified the person, Jesus, as being created!) So the whole matter of trying to worship God while, mentally, we are a blinded Luke Skywalker whacking out with a stick against a flying robot hurling fiery darts, presents a ludicrous image.
Without the personage of God worship may be directed to achieve some sort of Goddish or Godward feeling, rather than the strong love, for God and everyone you meet, which is what Jesus spoke of. The Lord had a real hard time with Goddishness, and while he exercised great power to help others on earth, he declined power both to the tempter's temptations, and declined power to escape from those who took Him to the cross. To use such power would have made him no friend to Pilate, to Judas, or to you and me who nailed him there.