But I am so very aware of how many times I have experienced these opportunities, thought "that might be worthwhile to consider" and then drifted off to the same wandering that seems easier than doing something serious or embracing new ideas and opportunities.
So, I would counsel this: persevere.
You may start a new Bible class and find it less interesting than expected. You might be able to give more energy to the preparation or be daring in asking questions and offering ideas. OR You may have the option of another class that you did not initially find as appealing, but is a blessing when you try it.
Whatever things you try, give it some time. There are a hundred thousand ways to open the conversation with God about stepping up. For a month or six-months or a year give it as least as much effort as you give shopping for the perfect (whatever), improving your fly-fishing skills, reading yet another novel, taking another class or binge-watch a new TV series. None of those things are bad, but a small change, making room for something "more" than you have today can pay dividends that are pretty breathtaking.