I love big words! Although I don't know how to pronounce this one. As far as I understand the Laws and Disciplines of the Methodist Church, Methodists are not sacerdotalists, which is good news for me as I am not one either! Sacerdotalism is the belief that the minister when praying over the elements for holy communion effects some sort of actual change in the elements (bread and wine) which enables them to cause some sort of actual change in those who eat them (like making salvation happen) which puts a minister a bit too close to God for my liking. (Roman Catholics are sacerdotalists - not too sure about Lutherans or Eastern Orthodox). The Methodist stand is that the minister is ordained to an office for the sake of Church order, not due to any virtue that he or she thereby obtains.
I know that I am just like other people. If there is some sort of holiness requirement for Methodist ministry, you'd better leave me out!!