Be the change that you want to see.
Clubs rely on members, like me... and you... to step up to help our fellow members get out on the water.
Unfortunately, the Omicron variant is flourishing. Way too many people I know have COVID even as we speak(mostly non paddlers). Yes, it makes planning difficult. What are you gonna do? It looks like Omicron may burn itself out in the next couple months, so I would expect trips will be more common in the upcoming year.
The whitewater boaters have been chugging right on along(we are helpless, hopeless junkies after all). We mask up, roll the windows down for shuttles, try to stay out of each other's faces and we try to paddle well within our skill level to avoid rescues, etc... As far as I can tell, this has been working well.
If you don't want to, or don't feel qualified to coordinate a trip, then you might try the Tom Sawyer approach that I rely on so heavily. Try to trick... err... talk others into leading trips. Try to instigate an outdoor trip planning party or maybe even a seakayaker takeover of the club.
Ask not what the club can do for you. Ask what you can do for the club!