If you have started playing organ only recently without having a privilege to work systematically on your manual and pedal technique, it's not too late to change this.
The first step is deciding that you need this, that you can imagine yourself taking on a professional attitude towards practice. It doesn't cost anything extra and it doesn't take any more time.
The only thing that's needed is to care enough to be content for failure again and again and again. Because you will fail.
But the person who fails the most and still continues to practice, wins.
Kyrie I (p. 1) from the Mass for the Parishes by François Couperin (1668-1733), one of the most influential French Classical composers and organists.