When church members arrived Sunday morning they found more broken windows.
"Whoever is picking on Pilgrim Congregational Church, I would just ask them to stop," said church members David Robbins.
The first four times it was rocks. The vandals broke out windows in the church garage, the church office and sometime over the weekend they shot bb's through four other windows.
Wichita police even set up security cameras hoping to catch the criminals, but with little luck.
"We've put a lot of time and effort into building the church up," said Robbins. "For somebody to come in and attack us, it's just getting old."
So far the church has spend several hundred dollars replacing glass. With the latest round of vandalism, that number will likely increase to more than a thousand dollars.
Robbins and the church are asking as politely as possible.
"We really don't want to put you in jail. We just want to put it behind us and move on," he said.