noun. ['ˈɪmənəns'] the state of being within or not going beyond a given domain.
1. Noun, singular or mass In Jewish belief, the Shekinah is God's immanence or intimate presence with the people of Israel.
1. I believe we are more ready to embrace our lives in the here and now when we are able to recognize the continuity between the immanence of God in our world and eternity. Rather than simply waiting to be liberated to another time or place, we are being invited to collaborate in the healing and redemption of our world. - Mark Scandrette, Soul Graffiti: Making a Life in the Way of Jesus