Tips on using our NCLS resources
These webpages feature a selection of NCLS Research articles and resources that are relevant to the Studies of Religion syllabus. If you see a tag "sor" on an item, it will relate to the SoR syllabus. BUT.. there are many more articles and resources on this website. If you use the search function it will take you to the entire website collection.
We've collated a selection of resources for use in essays, presentations or class discussions.
Video presentations and webinars in particular may be of use in stimulating class discussions. For fast facts, students might find infographics easily accessible, particularly Instagram.
Explore our research findings in different formats including Articles, Infographics, Video Presentations and Fast Facts.
Explore our research findings by topic areas of your syllabus including Preliminary Christianity, HSC Christianity, HSC Religion in Australia post 1945, HSC Religion & Peace, and HSC Religion & Non Religion.
The research findings of NCLS Research are sourced from our surveys of Australians, as well as Christian churchgoers and church leaders. These surveys include the National Church Life Survey as well as the Australian Community Survey. Other data sources are also quoted, including the National Census of Population and Housing by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
NCLS Research surveys Australians, as well as Christian churchgoers and church leaders, about their practices and beliefs, their attitudes to social issues, and their wellbeing and spirituality. From its beginnings in 1991, NCLS Research has grown to become a world leader in research focused on connecting churches and their communities. Decades of rigorous and thoughtful work has examined wellbeing, spirituality and church health. Our most well known five-yearly project is called the National Church Life Survey in Australia, which has had millions of participants.
NCLS Research is sponsored by Anglicare Sydney, Uniting and Uniting Mission & Education NSW & the ACT, and BaptistCare NSW & ACT. Our collaborative research projects involve more than 20 Christian denominations in Australia.
We regularly post fast facts, infographics, video presentations and links to resources on our social media channels.
This web resource was made possible by funding from ARTFinc. Our thanks go to ARTFinc for their generous support.