There are several ways to view and share your Church Life Profile with others.
Participating churches have been sent an email with instructions to sign in to 'MyNCLS'.
One person will need to sign in to MyNCLS and register on behalf of your church. Once signed in, you will access MyNCLS, a webpage where you can:
The email sent to your church has instructions on how to sign in to MyNCLS, including the email address we have on record for your church as the primary contact. Use that email to sign in.
(Wrong email? If the email address listed is incorrect, please contact NCLS Research to authorise another email address as the primary point of contact for your church. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Each Church Life Profile also has a unique “Report Code” which is linked to your church’s primary contact email.
How to Sign In:
You have some options for sharing your Church Life Profile/s, either in hard copy or electronic form:
Go online and sign in to view your Profile, either using the automated link sent to you, or manually via ncls.org.au/signin. Once signed in:
Where do I find my Report Code?
The Report Code for each Church Life Profile is held inside your church's 'MyNCLS' secure administration online. Church leaders can sign in to MyNCLS and copy their Report Code to share with others.
See what churches receive in their Church Life Profile of results.
Download Sample Church Life Profile (pdf)
Click the link above to download a sample CLP as a pdfView Sample Church Life Profile (online)
Click the link above and enter the Report Code "2022CLP" to view a sample CLP online
Involving your churchgoers in a process of review through a Church Life Survey can be a positive inclusive process of affirmation, discernment and moving forward together in ministry and mission. When you receive your results, it's important to do something with them. We encourage you to use your Church Life Pack of resources to evaluate your results, communicate any insights or plans, then act together for the future.
A practical workshop exploring your 2021 NCLS results and resources