How did Jesus affect Jerusalem?

Jesus seems to have had no perceptible long-term effect on Jerusalem, at least in the first century CE. He is reported to have driven the moneychangers out of the Temple, yet they continued to operate with the sanction of their priests until the Temple was finally destroyed. He is reported to have converted many, as also did his disciples, yet the history of the Roman-Jewish War and the Civil War of 70 CE does not even mention Christians. Presumably, even at this stage there were too few Christians in Jerusalem to merit comment.