In practical terms, Methodist are more liberal than Baptists.
United Methodists and Baptists have much in common -- belief in God and Bible, acceptance of Jesus as Christ and savior and divine
United Methodists baptize infants, youth, and adults; Baptists baptize only confessing youth and adults. Baptists baptize by immersion; United Methodists use immersion, sprinkling, and pouring. United Methodists have communion open to all; Baptists open the table to baptized church members only. United Methodists have bishops and are governed by districts and Conferences of churches; Baptists have independent congregations, which choose their pastors. United Methodist pastors are sent to congregations by bishops, after consultation with the congregation.
methodism follow John Wesley teaching and Baptist do not google wesley and spurgeon . hope this helps. please dont follow denominations , stick with the Christ and the cross- 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 :0)