These accentuate on welfare and morals. They were accustomed to receiving communion every week, fasting regularly, and abstaining from most forms of amusement and luxury. They also frequently visited the sick and the poor, as well as prisoners. They believe in the priesthood of all believers (what one Christian is, all Christians are – see Presbyterian Practice). This because Jesus distinguishes his person only as ‘Teacher of the Gospel’ and ‘Servant Son of God’. And the Apostles he taught not to distinguish their person from each other, but know that the highest among them ought to be the servant to the others.
Jesus acknowledges what science has taught us: that among animals leaders will naturally emerge, and so, too, with ‘The Church’: the only difference is that leaders of the true church of Jesus are ‘Servants’ and leaders of the truth, at all times aware that the Christian Church has but one leader: Jesus – The Christ.
This is sound practice and from Christ, but I am not a Methodist member so I don’t know everything about their church organisation.
And like all the others, this church will only baptize people into their church! And remember, God does not like this one bit! A true Christian will baptize people into the Church of Christ and let them go their way.