Sermon Notes

Sunday, March 1

Sunday, March 8

Sunday, March 15

Sunday, March 22

Sunday, March 29

Thursday, April 2

Friday, April 3

Sunday, April 5

Sunday, April 12

Sunday, April 19

Sunday, April 26

Sunday, May 3

Sunday, May 10

Sunday, May 17

Sunday, May 24

Sunday, May 31

Sunday, June 7

Sunday, June 14

Sunday, June 21

Sunday, June 28

A Journey to Jesus with Our Speech

A Journey to Jesus with Our Minds

A Journey to Jesus with Our Faith

A Journey to Jesus Through Music

A Journey to Jesus Through Our Praise

A Journey to Jesus Through Communion
- Maunday Thursday Service

A Journey to Jesus Through the Cross

Alive in Jesus as Jesus is Alive

Larry Flood - Pastor on Vacation

Larry Flood - Pastor on Vacation

Alive in Jesus Through Prayer

Remembering Wives

Remembering Mothers

Remembering Husbands

Remembering the Christian Home Through Family Commitment

Remembering the Christian Home Through Music

Reaching the Next Generation

Generation Next: Graduates

A Father's Advice to Generation Next

Building the Next Generation



Week of May 24














About our pastor…

  • Harold Artis Bolyard, Jr. began his pastoral duties at Trinity Walnut Bottom on July 1, 2010. Reading, basketball, classical movies, and the computer are some of his hobbies, and teaching is his primary spiritual gift. He focuses on being a teaching preacher.

  • Rev. Bolyard considers himself to be a strong leader who is a thinker and one who cares deeply for people. He says he is a solid Bible teacher, from a conservative perspective.

  • He and his wife Dianne will be living in the parsonage on Goodhart Street. Their adult children who have blessed them with grandchildren are Lori (Rex Whetstone), Lisa (Craig Sinnamon), and Steven (Bobbi Jo) Dawson.

  • He began his full-time ministry on 7/1/1985 at St. John’s – Moore’s Chapel in Elkton, MD and moved on to the Trinity UMC in the Laurel Charge in Laurel, DE in 1987. In 1995 he began work at the Rock Hall Charge in Rock Hall, MD. From 2001 until this summer he has been working in Perry County in the Keystone-Perry Charge, which changed its name to Trinity Charge with the addition of the Dellville UMC in 2004.

    Be sure to attend church activities to learn more about the Bolyard family!