Hi Sharon, we really need a photo of the pump and zone valves.
I will try to help. If you have one pump, and you know it it running [you should be able to feel it humming/vibrating] then it isn't the pump, The only noise the pumps make is the motor running. If it is an older B&G red pump, you can see the motor-to-pump linkage turning through the slots on the mounting flange. If it is one of the new small cartridge circulator pumps then just the heat and slight vibration from the motor will tell you it is alive.
The next thing, 130* water is not very hot to create much heat. Most systems are designed to work at 160-180*. Check the baseboard heat units in the bedrooms see if you can feel any heat in the pipes, actually touch the pipe, don't go by warm ari coming out of the heater. 130* water will make some heat, but not enough to keep up with really cold weather.
Also if you have only 130* water at the start of a loop of baseboard, as the water sheds heat at each baseboard, it gets much cooler, the last room gets very little heat from the tepid water.
Try shutting off all but one zone and try warming that part of the house up. If you are trying to heat he whole house with an undersized boiler, all the areas will suffer and be cold. Try one part of the house at a time.
Thats what I can think of right now. Let us know what you try or discover.