Are you taking whole services? Or preaching only?
Have you done any research into these denominations, particularly the congregations where you will be going, or, the thoughts of those in their local hierarchy? I would.
I have found the Anglicans most open to the moving of the Spirit as a specific event. Depending on where you go, there are plenty of born-again, baptised in the Spirit, moving in the gifts 'Anglicans', but how they let these function, may vary.
As an example, a church I know offers all-comers a healing ministry, training in prayer ministry for members, and a pre-service prayer meeting, (on certain dates each month) in which visions, prophecy - whatever - can come forth. This is then given a slot (like a report) of what God brought that day; after the service, (or during) anyone who feels a 'word' was appropriate to them, can go to a prayer minister for a quiet talk and be prayed for/with.
It is all very calm and orderly. There are chairs set aside to wait in, a discreet distance from those praying. This all goes on in the main church, with its traditional altar rail, stained glass and pillars, sometimes while other things are still going on in the service.
They did away with pews a long time ago, and make sure the front is filled by the first to arrive, by adding more chairs at the back later. The sound system is pretty good - multidimensional media and music is totally standard - computer presentations normal.
Whether all that stuff and the music groups is a good thing, is moot, as there is a downside, but they do so much outreach, they need a fund of people with experience at the front, to rotate.
The Methodists are also very open to the Spirit's moving and although they may not talk about the gifts much, believe in healing and giving God room to move during church. This they do by letting the itinerant preachers, re-arrange the order of service and 3d participation, as they wish.
I've been most blessed by ministery in both these settings. Perhaps it's just as well you come from a pentecostal charismatic background! ;-)