Christ alone - denies intercession of saints
Glory to God alone - denies veneration of saints, relics, reverence toward clergy
Yes. You are quite right. That is what we believe. Or at least, almost
right. The clergy, or ministers, should definitely be respected; but I assume that by "reverence" you mean rather more than the honour we accord to pastors for their work's sake.
there is no sacramental priesthood who properly receives their authority as ministers through ordination, and that while in practice ministerial responsiblities may be generally left to an appointed minister, but in theory anyone can preside over them. To gice an example, when you are away from your congregation, you may appoint anyone to preside over the celebration of Communion,
Again, yes - you are right. Or at least, almost
right. It depends what is meant by ordination.
The principle that was stated earlier, that each local church is autonomous, means that its pastor/minister/elders (call them what you will) are appointed by the local church. That could
be called ordination, and often is.
Sadly (in my view, otherwise I wouldn't be a proper Baptist) there has been something of drift away from this principle, no doubt traceable ultimately to the ambient influence of Roman Catholic theology, and some people will regard one man as properly ordained and another as not, according to what has been done to him in a wider context than the local church.
Some appointments/ordinations are accompanied by the laying-on of hands (this happened to me when I was appointed pastor at Llay), others do not tend to use this. But we do not see it as conferring any sort of priesthood. Rather it is a public, visible symbol expressing the identification of the church as a body with the man's appointment to office.
We do not see it in denominational terms, though again some would take a narrower view. For example, tomorrow I am 'doing' the Communion service at a Congregational Church; but my Bible Baptist friend from California, when he first came from America, wouldn't even take communion in a different sort of Baptist church - though he would gladly preach to us.